Site of Lud Castle, Auchmithie
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Site of Lud Castle, Auchmithie

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The site of Lud Castle, an Iron Age fort near the village of Auchmithie in Scotland, overlooking Castlesea Bay. Like other promontory forts in the area, this would have been an excellent vantage point with views possible for many miles up and down the coast and far out to sea.

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