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Dunrobin Castle

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Dunrobin Castle
Highlands - Golspie, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Dunrobin Castle is a superb Scottish Baronial mansion on the east coast of Scotland, north of Golspie. Dunrobin has been the home of the Earls of Sutherland for centuries, and is built around a 13th century stone keep. The mansion is set in wonderful gardens, which are the scene for regular displays of falconry during the summer months.

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