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Elgin Cathedral, Scotland, also known as the 'Lantern of the North' is a majestic, historic ruin situated in Elgin.

Elgin Cathedral, Scotland 1224 is a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland. The cathedral—dedicated to the Holy Trinity—was established in 1224 on land granted by King Alexander II outside the burgh of Elgin

Ruinas de la catedral de Elgin, Escocia

Elgin Cathedral, sometimes called The Lantern of the North, is a historic ruin in Elgin, Moray, north-east Scotland.

Scotland - Tolquhon Castle, Aberdeenshire, the most picturesque of the castles in the Grampian countryside.

Tolquhon Castle (pronounced: "toh-hon", is located in Aberdeenshire built by William Forbes, Laird of Tolquhon from Noted for its highly ornamented gatehouse, Tolquhon is one of the most picturesque of the castles in the Grampian countryside.

Spynie Palace, the palace of the Bishops of Moray, consists of a massive 15th century tower 'Davy's Tower' at one corner of a large walled courtyard.  The palace was probably built by Bishop Innes, just after Elgin Cathedral has been burnt by Alexander Stewart, the wolf of Badenoch.  Bishop David Stewart, who died in 1475, excommunicated the Gordon Earl of Huntly, and built the great keep, Davy's Tower, to defe

Spynie Palace - Property generally open to visitors (Castle in the care of Historic Scotland)

The Bishop's Palace ~ Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland

This view really captures the atmosphere and even suggests the attitude of the place. *** The Bishop's Palace is a hall house dating from the century, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, Scotland

Mellerstain House is a stately home around 13 kilometres north of Kelso in the Borders, Scotland. It is currently the home of the 13th Earl of Haddington.

Mellerstain House is a stately home around 13 kilometres north of Kelso in the Borders, Scotland. It is currently the home of the Earl of Haddington. Overseen by the architect William Adam

Brodick Castle is a castle situated outside the port of Brodick on the Isle of Arran, an island in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland. It was previously a seat of the Dukes of Hamilton, but is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

Brodick Castle, Located miles outside the port of Brodick on the Isle of Arran, Brodick Castle is a red sandstone castle at the foot of Goatfell.

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