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Glamis Castle in the Scottish Highlands - a fine example of medieval architecture.



Glamis Castle in the southern parts of the scottish highlands is one of the castles Shakespeare used in his drama Macbeth. Here it is said that Duncan killed Mac and Cador. beth, the Than of Glamis and Cawdor. Today the pretty castle can be visited and viewed from the inside as well as from the nice park area which surrounds the castle itself.

Medieval Scottish Architecture
Photographer: Rolf Hicker
Picture of the medieval Glamis Castle, an example
of early architecture in the Scottish highlands.


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    Title
    Medieval Scottish Architecture
    Glamis Castle in the Scottish Highlands - a fine example of medieval architecture.
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    Stock photo ID
    ths_2006-05-651 - Medieval Scottish Architecture
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    Exposure time
    1/50
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    f/11.0
    ISO
    100
    Focus lenght
    21mm

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