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Touched by the "Golden Hour", the ruins of Dunure Castle, located on the west coast of Scotland, in South Ayrshirestill, looks out to the sea. Although it has been a ruin for at least three hundred years, Dunure Castle was once the main fortress of the powerful Kennedy family, the Earls of Cassilis. The castle's origins probably date back to at least the 1200s when a stone keep was built on an easily defensible rocky outcrop overlooking the Firth of Clyde.

Touched by the "Golden Hour", the ruins of Dunure Castle, located on the west coast of Scotland, in South Ayrshirestill, looks out to the sea. Although it has been a ruin for at least three hundred years, Dunure Castle was once the main fortress of the powerful Kennedy family, the Earls of Cassilis. The castle's origins probably date back to at least the 1200s when a stone keep was built on an easily defensible rocky outcrop overlooking the Firth of Clyde.

The Cloch Lighthouse on the coast of the Firth of Clyde, Scotland | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

(KO) The Cloch Lighthouse, Gourock, Scotland. Near the Firth of Clyde. West Coast of Scotland.

Ayr Beach | South-West Scotland | nigel cole | Flickr

Ayr Beach | South-West Scotland | nigel cole | Flickr

Another view of Ferniehirst Castle (KERR family)

Ferniehirst Castle, the Kerr family castle. This was my ancestors castle.

A delightful 16th century, A listed castle for sale by the Girvan Water

A delightful century, A listed castle for sale by the Girvan Water

"Callanish Stones On Fire! Isle of Lewis, Scotland © sandiephotos.com" Caption credits go to the Ancient Celts Facebook page.

Aurora Borealis at the Callanish Standing Stones, Isle of Lewis, Scotland. Ancient power site: The Callanish Stone Ring on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland is a megalithic ruin dating from 3400 BC.

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