Dun Scolpaig - North Uist - Outer Hebrides
Located in Loch Scolpaig, Dun Scolpaig is a folly that was built on the site of an Iron Age broch in the 1830s by Dr Alexander MacLeod. The original broch, the stone of which was used to build the folly, was the scene of a murderous family feud between members of the MacDonalds during the 16th century. The tower is only accessible during certain months of the year via a stone causeway.
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From Outer Hebrides and Skye