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  • DavidAngela Bradfield

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland Def going to have to put Scotland on my bucket list

  • Taylor Lyman

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland. Castles are just so beautiful.

  • Jenny Wellwood

    My favorite Scottish Castle. Need to visit it again sometime that it's not pouring rain. Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland

  • Bonnie Texter

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland ~Bounded by water on all sides, commands a dramatic landscape from a small island in the Scottish Highlands. In the castle’s early days, waterways were the main transit arteries in this inlet-filled region, and the castle — perched at the convergence of three sea lochs — was perfectly situated for defense. First built in the early 13th century as protection against marauding Vikings, Eilean Donan Castle has been associated with the Clan MacRae for centuries.

  • Stephanie Merritt

    Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland - i am seeing yet another side of this beautiful place

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