Dunrobin Castle – Sutherland, Scottish Highlands – oldest part of the castle dates back to the Middle Ages – 1845 enlargements & extensions were the work of architect Sir Charles Barry who designed West Minister Palace – combinations of French Renaissance & Scots Baronial architecture – 189 rooms – seat of Clan Sutherland – 1500s to mid 1700s Clan Gordon had it – open to the public

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Dunrobin Castle – Sutherland, Scottish Highlands – oldest part of the castle dates back to the Middle Ages – 1845 enlargements & extensions were the work of architect Sir Charles Barry who designed West Minister Palace – combinations of French Renaissance & Scots Baronial architecture – 189 rooms – seat of Clan Sutherland – 1500s to mid 1700s Clan Gordon had it – open to the public is creative inspiration for us. Get more photo about related with by looking at photos gallery at the bottom of this page.
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