Monday, July 24, 2006

Scotland and Iceland -- Architectural Tour

In my conclusion to the Scotland and Iceland series, here's a final (And there was much rejoicing!) set of photos highlighting the unique and interesting architecture (both new and old) found in the two countries.


Unknown Blair Castle between Glasgow and Aviemore. Train bridge at the Hermitage. Kirk in Forres. The beautiful downtown of Forres. The Nelson monument tower in Forres.

Victorian house in Aviemore. Cairngorm Hotel in Aviemore. Kirk used in Monarch of the Glen series on BBC. The very ancient Castle Roy. Castle Urquhart.

Inverness Castle. Kirk in Inverness. Ancient (replica) hut at Culloden. Pictish stone circles near Culloden. Kirk in Elgin.

Glen Moray Distillery. Whisky storage house through a glass cask full of spirit. Castle Eilean Donan. Manor house and castle ruins on Skye. Castle Armadale of the Donald Clan on Skye. Modern day home of Clan Donald chief on Skye.

Unknown Aldourie Castle on Loch Ness (neat picture taken through binoculars). Bridge near the Clunnie Inn. Town square in Glasgow. Wallace monument in Stirling. Stirling Castle.

Train station sky-light in Edinburgh. Edinburgh Castle. Greyfriar's Kirk. Buildings on the Royal Mile. Holyrood Palace.

Parliament Building in Edinburgh. Edinburgh Castle.


Hotel Centrum in Reykjavík. Building in Reykjavík. Big Lutheran church in Reykjavík.

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