Dunrobin Castle photographs
This is a picture of Dunrobin Castle
Dunrobin Castle was established when the Earldom of Sutherland was created in 1235, and a castle appears to have stood on this site since then.
The early castle was a fortified, square keep looking out from its cliff top position
Sir Charles Barry (a famous architect of the time), was retained in 1845 to completely re-model the castle, bascially to change it from a fort to a house in the "Scottish Baronial" style. One of the largest houses in the North East it comprises 189 rooms in a very distinctive baronial style. With 189 rooms, it is by far the largest house in the Northern Highlands and parts of it date back to the 1300s.
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