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Scotland castles are large buildings, typically of the medieval period, fortified against attack with thick walls and battlements where royalty lives. Scotland castles are used for protection, authoritative and fortifying against invaders or enemies. Scotland castles are so beautiful historical and has a catchy eye look. the beauty of Scotland’s castles is wonderful, here is the complete history List of castles in Scotland

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Scotland Castle FAQs

What is a Scottish castle called?

The largest number of late Medieval fortifications in Scotland built by nobles, about 800, were of the tower house design. Smaller versions of tower houses in southern Scotland were known as peel towers, or Pele houses.

What is Scotland's oldest castle?

Castle Sween

Castle Sween is thought to be the oldest castle on the Scottish mainland that we can date with any certainty. Architectural details show it was built in the 1100s and occupied for about 500 years. The castle sits on a low ridge looking over Loch Sween and out to Jura.

Why is Stirling Castle famous?

Stirling Castle has been likened to ‘a huge brooch clasping Highlands and Lowlands together’. From high on a volcanic outcrop, the castle guarded the lowest crossing point of the River Forth for centuries. Today it remains a great symbol of Scottish independence and national pride.

Did Queen Mom buy a castle in Scotland?

The Castle of Mey is located on the northern coast of Scotland between Thurso and John O’Groats. It looks out to sea across the Pentland Firth. Built as a Z-plan castle between 1566 and 1572 by the fourth Earl of Caithness, it was bought from Captain Imbert-Terry by the Queen Mother in 1952 (after her husband died).

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