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Brodick Castle

Situated on the Island of Arran, Brodick Castle was the seat of Dukes of Hamilton, built 13th century with later additions. Interior features fine plaster ceilings, furniture, porcelain and paintings. Grounds include 1710 formal garden, Victorian rose garden, and nature trail. It was the seat of the Dukes of Hamilton and latterly the Duke of Montrose until 1958 when it passed to the National Trust. Built on the site of a Viking stronghold, the castle dates in parts from the 13th century. The castle was sacked by the English three times. The last occupation being at the command of Oliver Cromwell in the mid 17th century and ended when the garrison was massacred by the islanders.

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