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The village of Doune by the River Teith has a substantial ruined castle at its heart. It was built by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany, in the late 14th century. The castle is nowadays maintained by Historic Scotland. You can climb to the top of this for panoramic views of the village and the surrounding countryside, and there are lots of little stairways and chambers to explore. It was the setting for the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
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