A Dose of Sweden in Scotland?

Yesterday, I happened upon Eilean Donan castle. There was a contingent of classic Volvos doing the Coastal 500 that came into the car park so I was able to snap a few pictures before they took off. It’s probably one of the most picturesque castles in Scotland. It was rebuilt in the early 1900s by one of the descendants of the castle. There were some sections remaining when he started, but had been blown to bits by 2 gunships during the Jacobite Uprising.  


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