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Cawdor Castle Nairn Scotland UK

Situated near the town of Nairn, the Cawdor Castle is a 14th century castle which has evolved over 600 years, and is still home to the Cawdor family in Scotland, UK.



Cawdor castle is the second castle in Scotland claiming the place to be where Shakespeares Duncan killed Macbeth. In reality Macbeth was killed in the battle of Elgin, some 30 miles away. Today the still used castle is surrounded by perfectly maintained gardens and a real must for every scotland traveler.

Cawdor Castle Nairn Scotland UK
Photographer: Rolf Hicker
Picture of the exterior of the Cawdor Castle
near the town of Nairn, Scotland, UK.


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    Cawdor Castle Nairn Scotland UK
    Situated near the town of Nairn, the Cawdor Castle is a 14th century castle which has evolved over 600 years, and is still home to the Cawdor family in Scotland, UK.
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    Stock photo ID
    ths_2006-06-152 - Cawdor Castle Nairn Scotland UK
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    Exposure time
    1/13
    Aperture
    f/18.0
    ISO
    100
    Focus lenght
    12mm

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