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The Best of Culture in Scotland

Gatehouse to Ardverickie Estate next to Loch Laggen ~ Scotland, Series "Monarch of the Glen" was filmed here. * would LOVE to incorporate a tower. Small, albeit, but a couple levels perhaps with telescope tower on top.

Dunvegan Castle (Isle of Skye)

Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, Scotland: Built on a rocky outcrop, Dunvegan Castle is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the ancestral home of the Chiefs of Clan MacLeod for 800 years.

Snowy Day, Edinburgh, Scotland

Snowy Day, Edinburgh, Scotland This was not taken by me, but I have stood right in front of this place and admired the architecture. I love coming across pins of places I have been but neglected to get a photo of!

Eilean Donan Castle Scotland

thisiswhatidoinmyworkhours: “ Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, Scotland.

"Dunnator Castle, Scotland -- I keep encountering this castle in books, on television and in movies.  I'm currently reading a book in which it has been mentioned several times.  I just now, serendipitously, came across it on Pinterest.  It's starting to feel like a recurring dream. . ." ~~ Blissful Sojourn

Dunnottar Castle, Scotland Dunnottar Castle is a ruined medieval fortress located upon a rocky headland on the north-east coast of Scotland, about 3 kilometres south of Stonehaven.

Here’s a late 19th century, hand-coloured photograph of Dunvegan Castle. Note the old Seagate built into the outer wall (centre of the picture); at one time this was the only entrance to the Castle. Fitted with a portcullis and drawbar, it led to a series of passageways wide enough for only one person at a time to pass through, ensuring that the guards would have the advantage in the event of an attack. The main entrance to the Castle on the landward side was created in 1748.

Here’s a late century, hand-coloured photograph of Dunvegan Castle.