Cartoon - Structure Of The Eilean Donan Castle In Front With Dry Part Of Lake
Digital Art - Digital Oil Painting
The beautiful structure of the Eilean Donan Castle (located on its own island). The area around the castle has a green surface with an outer boundary of dry land. The texture of the dry land seems to indicate that it is covered with the lake water from time to time. There is a view of the Scottish flag (Saltire) in front of one side of the castle. The Eilean Donan castle is located on the Eilean Donan island, located in the western Highlands of Scotland at a distance of around 1 km from the nearby village of Dornie. The Castle is located on the Loch Duich. The island was named after Donnan of Eigg, a martyred Celtic saint, which was martyred in 617. He was supposed to have built a church here, but there are no remains of this church. The castle was built approximately in the 13th century, and was finally destroyed in the early 18th century after the clan in the castle were involved in the Jacobite uprising. The castle belongs to the Clan Macrae. It is also famous as the castle that is one of the most famous castles of Scotland, being highly photographed. The current structure of the castle is after reconstruction in the twentieth century, this reconstruction being done by Lt. Col. John MacRae-Gilstrap, and to make the whole place more tourist friendly, a bridge was constructed to give easier access to the castle. Now the castle is the 3rd most visited castle in Scotland.
May 17th, 2013
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