Rothesay Castle (Argyll and Bute)

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    Rothesay Castle is a ruined castle in Rothesay on the Isle of Bute.

    Built by the Stewart family, it survived Norse attacks to become a royal residence., the castle comprises a large curtain wall, strengthened by four round towers, together with a 16th-century forework, the whole surrounded by a broad moat. The castle fell into ruin after the 17th century, the castle was repaired by the Marquess of Bute before passing into state care in the 20th century.

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