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Finlarig Castle

The ruins of the former Campbell stronghold of Finlarig Castle stand on a peninsula between the River Lochay and Loch Tay, a mile (1 km) to the north of Killin. In the grounds of the castle, which dates from the 16th-century, are the remains of a beheading pit. Beside the castle stand the remnants of the Breadalbane Mausoleum, a Tudor-style chapel erected in 1829 on the probable site of an earlier chapel and burial place founded in 1523 by Sir Colin Campbell, an ancestor of the Earls of Breadalbane.


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