Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven, Scotland
A stunning early morning photo of Dunnottar Castle. Cows roaming in the fields to the right, an old farmhouse to the left. And in the front, Oh Wow! Each step taken towards the old medieval fortress has your jaw dropping even closer to the ground. The castle has a long and storied past, including being sacked by Vikings in the 9th century and it’s chapel being burned down by William Wallace.
This fortress is a must-see when in Scotland, as is the nearby town of Stonehaven. There is a steep access path to wear flat, comfy shoes. And if walking the path or steps is a concern, just enjoy the view like this from the path. It’s not too bad a view from afar either, is it?
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