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Huntly Castle

The 4th Early of Huntly, George Gordon, was also the Lord Chancellor of Scotland and extremely wealthy. From rebuilt the castle from the basement up making it into a palace, the inscription you can see here has name and that of Henriette Stewart and the date the work was completed, 1602. Map location.

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