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Tarbert Castle, Argyll & Bute

The ruins of Tarbert Castle stand above Tarbert harbour on East Loch Tarbert. What stands today dates from around 1494 but there has been a castle on the site long before then. Robert the Bruce fortified the building in 1320's to protect against the Lord of the Isles. Map location.

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