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SCOTLAND: The Dunmore Pineapple. Built by the Earl of Dunmore, John Murray, in 1761 as a birthday present for his wife Susan, in the form of a pavilion from which to view the walled gardens of Dunmore Park, the family estate.

The pineapple folly at Dunmore Estate, Scotland

The Dunmore Pineapple - Scotland. Historic home turned hotel in central Scotland. The building containing a hothouse was used, among other things, for growing pineapples. Built in 1761

Benmore, Scotland by Ron Hanko

Benmore Castle Argyll Scotland Maybe it comes with a gorgeous man in a kilt.

“Shell Cottage” Location: Outskirts of Tinworth, Cornwall, England

Shell Cottage Outskirts of Tinworth, Cornwall, England. Specifically on Freshwater West Beach in Pembrokeshire, Wales in the UK. The cottage was built specifically for

Scottish mountain cottage.

This is Leanach Farmhouse in Scotland. At years old its wonderful history is told by the stones, clay and oak that have kept it standing for so many centuries. In this picture the beautiful cottage is getting a new haircut of a red heather thatch.


Chateau Royale de Blois -- The Royal Château de Blois (French: "Château Royal de Blois") is located in the Loir-et-Cher département in the Loire Valley, in France, in the center of the city

Ardverikie Estate, Kinloch Laggan, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK

This secret Fairytale Gatelodge is for the Ardverikie Estate, Kinloch Laggan, Inverness-shire, Scotland, UK. Ardverikie House (renamed Glenbogle House) looks perfect to me

Castelo Cornualha - Inglaterra

Carn Brea Castle, UK This castle started life as a century hilltop hunting lodge. It has remained basically the same with a few additions made in the century. It is next to the site of the oldest neolithic settlement discovered so far in Cornwall.

Dunbeath Castle. South of Dunbeath, on the east coast of Caithness, northern Scotland.... http://www.castlesandmanorhouses.com/photos.htm ... A castle has stood here since the 15th century, but the present building is mainly of 17th-century origin. A castle is first recorded on the rocky peninsula at Dunbeath in 1428, when the lands belonged to the Earl of Caithness. The first recorded laird was Alexander Sutherland.

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