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View from top of Dunadd Hill Fort

Dunadd Fort lies on a natural flood plane with commanding views like this in all directions. This is looking south east, the river Add can be seen snaking its way past the fort. Lower down on the hill the outline of the fort wall can be seen with a break in the natural rock where the entrance is.

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