This evening, I am posting a video clip taken during today’s short, ‘Macmillan’ themed ancestry tour.

We visited Castle Sween in Knapdale which is a very early castle, possibly dating from the 11th century. Has been held by both MacDonalds and Campbells but was destroyed by MacColla and his band of mercenaries in 1644 and has remained a ruin ever since.

Great location above Loch Sween and the Sound of Jura.

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