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Margaret Leslie, 8th Countess of Rothes

Not to be confused with Mariota, Countess of Ross also known as Margaret Leslie. Margaret Leslie was born sometime before 1660. She was the daughter of the previous earl and also Duke of Rothes, John Leslie, who was the 7th Earl and 1st Duke of R ...

                                               

Eilidh

Eilidh is a Scottish Gaelic feminine given name. Although it is the equivalent of Ellie, it is usually anglicized as Helen. Persons with the name include: Eilidh MacQueen, Scottish actress Eilidh Gibson, Scottish slalom canoeist Eilidh Middleton, ...

                                               

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Category A listed buildings in Scotland

                                               

Category B listed buildings in Scotland

                                               

Category C listed buildings in Scotland

                                               

Kinnaird Head Castle Lighthouse and The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses

                                               

Eileach an Naoimh

Eileach an Naoimh, also known as Holy Isle, is an uninhabited island in the Inner Hebrides of the west coast of Scotland. It is the southernmost of the Garvellachs archipelago and lies in the Firth of Lorne between Mull and Argyll. The name is Ga ...

                                               

Eilean Mor, MacCormaig Isles

Eilean Mor is one of the MacCormaig Isles situated near the entrance to Loch Sween in the Sound of Jura, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Eilean Mor is uninhabited. Eilean Mor is the largest of the MacCormaig Islands, and is a breeding ground for seabi ...

                                               

Kilmartin Stones

The Kilmartin Stones are a collection of 79 ancient graveslabs at Kilmartin parish church in the village of Kilmartin, Argyll, Scotland, about 30 km due south of Oban. The earliest stones date back to the thirteenth or fourteenth centuries, with ...

                                               

Drumtroddan standing stones

The Drumtroddan standing stones are a small Neolithic or Bronze Age stone alignment in the parish of Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Dumfries and Galloway. The monument comprises three stones, only one of which is now standing, aligned northeast-southwest ...

                                               

Lochmaben Castle

Lochmaben Castle is a ruined castle in the town of Lochmaben, the feudal Lordship of Annandale, and the united county of Dumfries and Galloway. It was built by Edward I in the 13th and 14th centuries, and later rebuilt during the reign of James I ...

                                               

Morton Castle

Morton Castle is located by an artificial loch in the hills above Nithsdale, in Dumfries and Galloway, south-west Scotland. It lies 2.5 miles north-east of Thornhill, and once formed part of a chain of castles along the strategically important Ni ...

                                               

Torhouse

The Standing Stones of Torhouse are a stone circle of nineteen granite boulders on the land of Torhouse, three miles west of Wigtown, Scotland.

                                               

Wrens Egg

The Wrens Egg is the name given to a set of late Neolithic or Bronze Age stone monuments in the parish of Glasserton, Wigtownshire, Dumfries and Galloway. The site comprises two pairs of standing stones to the north and south of a large glacial e ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Aberdeen

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Aberdeenshire

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Asloun Castle

Asloun Castle is a castle, formerly Z-plan, dating from the 16th century, 2 miles south-west of Alford, in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, of which only one tower remains. It is just east of Castleton of Asloun, and north of the Strow burn. Alternativel ...

                                               

Boyne Castle

Boyne Castle is a 16th-century quadrangular castle about 1.5 miles east of Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 0.5 miles south of Boyne Bay.

                                               

Colquhonnie Castle

Colquhonnie Castle is a ruined 16th-century tower house, about 10.5 miles north of Ballater, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, around 1.0 mile east of Strathdon, north of the River Don, Aberdeenshire. The alternative spelling is Colquhonny. The castle is ...

                                               

Corse Castle

Corse Castle near Lumphanan in Aberdeenshire, now ruined, was a fortress and centre of a landed estate in the north-east of Scotland. The present castle dates from the 16th century and stands by the Corse Burn, around 3 miles north-west of Lumpha ...

                                               

Cowie Castle

Cowie Castle is a ruined fortress in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The site lies at the northern end of Stonehaven on the North Sea coast. To the immediate south is the Cowie Bridge crossing of the Cowie Water. Evidence of prehistoric man exists in th ...

                                               

Kincardine ONeil Hospital, Aberdeenshire

Kincardine ONeil Hospital was founded in the 13th century in the village of Kincardine ONeil in Scotland. Almost certainly it served as a travelers inn and as a hospice for elderly and "poor" men. The hospital was situated adjacent to a bridge ov ...

                                               

Pittulie Castle

Pittulie Castle, also spelled as Pitullie Castle, is an oblong tower house probably dating from the late 16th century, half a mile from Pitsligo Castle, Rosehearty, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It was described by W. Douglas Simpson as one of the nin ...

                                               

Ythan Wells

Ythan Wells, also known as Glenmailen, is the site of a Roman military camp, near the farm of Glenmellan, 2.1 kilometres east of the village of Ythanwells in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The site is a designated scheduled monument. Traces of two marc ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Angus

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Affleck Castle

Affleck Castle, also known as Auchenleck Castle, is a tall L-plan tower house dating from the 15th century, 1 mile west of Monikie Parish Church, Angus, Scotland. It is a scheduled monument. It is not open to the public.

                                               

Colmeallie stone circle

The Colmeallie stone circle is a recumbent stone circle in Glen Esk, Angus, Scotland. It is located 8 km north of Edzell at Colmeallie Farm, adjacent to the unclassified road leading from the B966 to Tarfside and Loch Lee. Antiquarian Andrew Jerv ...

                                               

Finavon Castle

Finavon Castle lies on the River South Esk, about a quarter of a mile south of Milton of Finavon village and five miles to the north-east of Forfar in Angus, Scotland. The name is applied both to a ruined 17th-century castle, as well as the 19th- ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Argyll and Bute

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Achallader Castle

Achallader Castle is a ruined 16th-century tower house under the shadow of Beinn Achaladair, about 3.5 miles north of Bridge of Orchy, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Its name is from Gaelic, meaning field of hard water.

                                               

Airds Castle

Airds Castle is a ruined medieval castle near Carradale, Kintyre, Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The castle held a position on the summit of a rocky headland between Carradale harbour and the bay of Port Righ, looking across Kilbrannan Sound to the I ...

                                               

The Tinkers Heart

The Tinkers Heart is a Scottish Travellers commemorative monument near Loch Fyne in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is also known as the Gypsys Heart, Gypsies Heart or Gypsys Wedding Heart. A field visit in 2012 shows the Heart as being made up of ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Clackmannanshire

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Sauchie Tower

Sauchie Tower, also known as Devon Tower, is a 15th-century tower house in Clackmannanshire, Scotland. The tower is located by the village of Fishcross, 1 kilometre north of Sauchie and 2.5 kilometres north of Alloa, close to the River Devon. It ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Dumfries and Galloway

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Auchen Castle

Auchen Castle is a ruined 13th-century quadrangular castle situated near Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway. It was designated as a scheduled ancient monument in 1937.

                                               

Cruggleton Castle

Cruggleton Castle is a multi-period archaeological site on coast of The Machars, in the historical county of Wigtownshire in south-west Scotland. It is located at Cruggleton Point, around 4.5 kilometres east of Whithorn and 6 kilometres south-eas ...

                                               

Droughdool Mote

Droughdool Mote is a Neolithic round mound in the parish of Old Luce, Wigtownshire, Dumfries and Galloway. The mound is oval in plan, measuring 60m by 50m at its base and rises to 10m in height. It is located 400m south of the late neolithic pali ...

                                               

Glenquicken stone circle

Glenquicken stone circle or Billy Diamonds Bridge stone circle is an oval stone circle with a central pillar, two miles east of Creetown, Dumfries and Galloway. The outer ring is formed of 29 stones. Aubrey Burl has called it "the finest of all c ...

                                               

Kenmure Castle

Kenmure Castle is a fortified house or castle in The Glenkens, 1 mile south of the town of New Galloway in Kirkcudbrightshire, Galloway, south-west Scotland. The site was occupied from the Middle Ages, and the house incorporates part of a 17th-ce ...

                                               

Sorbie Tower

Sorbie Tower is a fortified tower house 1 mile east of the village of Sorbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. The ancient seat of the Clan Hannay, it is in an L-shaped format, rubble-built in the late sixteenth century, possibly by Patrick Hanna ...

                                               

Twelve Apostles Stone Circle

The Twelve Apostles is a large stone circle located between the villages of Holywood and Newbridge, near Dumfries, Scotland. It is the seventh largest stone circle in Britain and the largest on the mainland of Scotland. It is similar in design to ...

                                               

Whitcastles stone circle

Whitcastles or Little Hartfell is a stone circle 6½ miles NE of Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway. Nine fallen stones lie in an oval measuring 55m by 45m. The largest stones lie to the north and south of the circle; interest in cardinal points is ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in Dundee

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in East Ayrshire

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Auchinleck Castle, East Ayrshire

Auchinleck Castle was a castle built on a rocky promontory on the eastern bank of the Lugar Water, East Ayrshire, Scotland across the river from Ochiltree Castle. It was built by the Auchinleck family in the 13th century. The remains of the castl ...

                                               

Scheduled monuments in East Lothian

A scheduled monument in Scotland is a nationally important archaeological site or monument which is given legal protection by being placed on a list maintained by Historic Environment Scotland. The aim of scheduling is to preserve the countrys mo ...

                                               

Dunglass Collegiate Church

Dunglass Collegiate Church is situated in south-East Lothian just off the old A1 highway, one mile north of Cockburnspath in Berwickshire, Scotland, UK. It is designated as a scheduled monument.

                                               

Keith Marischal

Keith Marischal is a Scottish Baronial Country house lying in the parish of Humbie, East Lothian, Scotland. The original building was an "L-shaped" Tower house, built long before 1589 when it was extended into a "U-shaped" courtyard house. The bu ...

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