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Ardvreck Castle

Ardvreck Castle

Ardvreck Castle is a ruined castle dating from the 16th century which stands on a rocky promontory jutting out into Loch Assynt in Sutherland, Scotland. It can be found travelling along the A837, which follows the north shore of Loch Assynt from the village of Inchnadamph.

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