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Huntly Castle

Huntly Castle in Scotland was once the ancestral home of the influential Clan Gordon and the Earls of Huntly.

Originally established in the 12th century by Duncan II, Earl of Fife, Huntly Castle evolved over time, witnessing the rise and fall of different noble families. From its early days as the Peel of Strathbogie to its later transformation under the 1st Marquis, Huntly Castle’s architecture reflects the changing eras, from medieval tower houses to the elegant palace interiors of the Jacobean period.


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