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  • The World Awaits

    Walkway to Eilean Donan Castle // Eilean Donan, Scotland #castle #Scotland

  • Sicaniasc

    Eilean Donan Castle - Scotland's Most Romantic Castle #scotland #EileanDonan

  • Jennifer Ehman

    Bucket List! Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland

  • Waynne Gomel

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland - Built in the 13th century to hold back the Vikings, today Eilean Donan Castle is one of the most famous sites in Scotland. Most probably it was named after Bishop Donan who came to Scotland in the 6th century. It is situated on an island, surrounded by the amazing scenery of the Scottish highlands. The fortress has been rebuilt at least four times and for around 200 years (from 18th to 20th century) it actually laid in ruins. (View #1)

  • Stephanie Rountree

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland. One of the most beautiful places ever

  • Kimberley Lawley

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland The main Witch in my nano novel lives in a Scottish castle like this :)

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