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Crathes Castle and walled gardens

 
 
Crathes Castle was built on land donated in 1323 by King Robert the Bruce. The original castle was a fortress of timber built upon a bog known as a "crannog". Work on the current L shaped castle began in 1553.<br />
A walled garden is a prominent feature of the grounds. The gardens and Cstle are open to the public and there are several annual Crathes Castle Events<br />
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Photography by Bill Bagshaw

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  • Location:

    Crathes near Banchory Aberdeenshire Scotland, United Kingdom
  • File name:

    Crathes Castle.jpg
  • Created on:

    14 Oct 2012
  • Dimensions:

    7200x9000
  • Filesize:

    50.8MB
    (larger file size available upon request)

  • © Copyright 2013 Bill Bagshaw.
    For consideration only.
    No reproduction without prior permission.
Crathes Castle was built on land donated in 1323 by King Robert the Bruce. The original castle was a fortress of timber built upon a bog known as a "crannog". Work on the current L shaped castle began in 1553.
A walled garden is a prominent feature of the grounds. The gardens and Cstle are open to the public and there are several annual Crathes Castle Events

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