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Inveraray Castle

This castle was built around 1744 by the 3rd Duke of Argyll to replace the 15th century tower house. It lies close to the shore of Loch Fyne just outside the village of Inveraray. It is open to the public and has an impressive armoury display. www.inveraray-castle.com

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