|From the top of the tower on the shores of Loch Ness, looking back over Castle Urquhart. In the left foreground are the remains of kitchens, stables, and storehouses; the motte, the main defensive structure (and possibly the oldest part of the castle) is in the distance at the top right. The motte is believed to have been used as a royal residence by various Scottish kings at times. © 2004 Lawrence I. Charters
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