Corriecravie, Isle of Arran
Places of Interest
Situated on an isolated grassy knoll, it was a fortified residence or dun of a type common across western Scotland in the later iron age. All that remains are the stone footings of what would have been a large circular structure with thick stone walls. Around 2,000 years old.
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Isle of Arran