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  1. Vor 22 Stunden · Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh - One of Scotland's most haunted sites, with reports of a headless drummer and other ghostly apparitions.If you like this content...

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  2. Vor einem Tag · The National Trust for Scotland (NTS) is looking for an architect to lead the restoration of an 800-year-old castle which contains a sealed room said to “curse” anyone who enters. The conservation charity said it has been developing a major project at Fyvie Castle, near Turriff in Aberdeenshire, to ensure the conservation and future interpretation of the site and its wider estate.

  3. Vor 22 Stunden · Ball out like a feudal baron at Dornoch Castle, a 16th-century fortress in the coastal Scottish village of Dornoch.While the earliest mentions of Dornoch Castle, from an English earl, are ...

  4. Vor einem Tag · This castle is not only a symbol of Scotland, but also a key to understanding the nation’s turbulent past as it has been a royal residence, a military stronghold, and even a prison. You should allocate at least 2-3 hours for exploring the castle’s museum, war memorials, the Royal Apartments and St. Margaret’s Chapel.

  5. Vor einem Tag · Standing in eleven acres of private parkland and wooded valleys, it’s a place to make memories, to bring to life 800 years of history and to enjoy the best of Scottish hospitality. Feel like the proverbial prince or princess as you soak up the grandeur of Scotland’s oldest inhabited castle. You might try your hand at the noble sports of ...

  6. Vor 2 Tagen · Nestled on a hill overlooking the Levern Water, Crookston Castle boasts a unique design and rich history in Glasgow. Built around 1400 by the Stewarts of Darnley, the castle stands within an earlier 12th-century earthwork enclosure. This unusual combination reflects the evolution of defensive strategies in Scotland.

  7. Vor 2 Tagen · Kisimul Castle, die kleine Festung mitten in der Bucht vor Castlebay, dem Hauptort der Insel Barra, gehört nicht zu den Motiven, die klassischerweise den Titel von Reiseführern oder Bildbänden über Schottland zieren, auch in Kalendern ist der trutzige Bau ganz im Süden der Äußeren Hebriden nur selten zu finden. Allein schon deshalb scheint die Auswahl des Coverbildes des jüngsten ...