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Accessing Scotland's Past

  Example site type: Castle  
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A medieval fortified building or range of buildings, serving as a royal, or baronial, residence, or administrative centre. Castle building in Scotland began in the eleventh century AD and continued throughout the medieval period until the sixteenth century.






Oblique aerial view of Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfriesshire - click for a larger image
Oblique aerial view of Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfriesshire
  Examples in The Cairngorms   Tullochcarron Castle  |  Deskie Castle  
  Examples in The Merse   Roxburgh Castle  |  Greenlaw Castle  |  
*    Redbraes Castle  |  Polwarth Castle  |  Hume Castle
  Accessing Scotland's Past