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The word ‘broch’ derives from the Norse borg (“fort”) and is used by archaeologists to describe the circular, prehistoric drystone towers found mainly in the north and west of Scotland. Dun Telve (above), which is near the village of Glenelg on the Lochalsh coast, opposite the Isle of Skye, is a good example.

The word ‘broch’ derives from the Norse borg (“fort”) and is used by archaeologists to describe the circular, prehistoric drystone towers found mainly in the north and west of Scotland. Dun Telve (above), which is near the village of Glenelg on the Lochalsh coast, opposite the Isle of Skye, is a good example.

Broch of Mousa - the finest preserved example of a broch or round tower in Shetland, Scotland. It is the tallest still standing in the world and amongst the best-preserved prehistoric buildings in Europe. It is thought to have been constructed circa 100 BC, one of 570 brochs built throughout Scotland. The site is managed by Historic Scotland.

Broch of Mousa - the finest preserved example of a broch or round tower in Shetland, Scotland. It is the tallest still standing in the world and amongst the best-preserved prehistoric buildings in Europe. It is thought to have been constructed circa 100 BC, one of 570 brochs built throughout Scotland. The site is managed by Historic Scotland.

Grass market, Edinburgh, Scotland

Grass market, Edinburgh, Scotland

Tantallon Castle

Tantallon Castle

Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland

Eilean Donan Castle, Scotland

Stirling, Scotland. King Robert the Bruce -     the battle of Bannockburn was fought close to Stirling in 1314 - confirming the Scottish nation, separate from England

Stirling, Scotland. King Robert the Bruce - the battle of Bannockburn was fought close to Stirling in 1314 - confirming the Scottish nation, separate from England

The elephant house in Edinburgh. J.K. Rowling spent time in the coffee house writing the Harry Potter books

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The elephant house in Edinburgh. J.K. Rowling spent time in the coffee house writing the Harry Potter books

Callanish Stones by Gregor Samsa

Callanish Stones by Gregor Samsa

A Broch. An Pictish iron age drystone tower, scotland. Like the 'dun' of Medraut's stronghold, The Silurian, book 5, Facing the Bear; Bedwyr stays in one on Dun Pendyr Hill...

A Broch. An Pictish iron age drystone tower, scotland. Like the 'dun' of Medraut's stronghold, The Silurian, book 5, Facing the Bear; Bedwyr stays in one on Dun Pendyr Hill...

Christmas Traditions: The Scottish people have their big celebrations on New Year's Eve (rather than Christmas), and this event is called Hogmanay.

Christmas Traditions: The Scottish people have their big celebrations on New Year's Eve (rather than Christmas), and this event is called Hogmanay.

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