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Dun Telve

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Dun Telve
Glenelg, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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Up a narrow glen south of the ferry terminal at Glenelg stand a pair of very well preserved Iron Age duns. The first of these is Dun Telve, seen here on a grey spring day. A short walk further up the glen brings you to Dun Troddan, arguably the more impressive of the two duns.

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