Tour Scotland Video Dun Telve Iron Age Broch Highlands
Tour Scotland wee video of photographs of Dun Telve Iron Age Broch on a small group walking tour of South of Glenelg in the Scottish Highlands of Scotland. Dun Telve stands on the north bank of the Abhainn a’Ghlaine Bhig, in the lower reaches of Gleann Beag. It lies next to the minor road which leads south from Glenelg. It is thought that the broch was robbed for stone in 1722, probably for the building of Bernera Barracks in Glenelg. A broch is an Iron Age drystone hollow walled structure of a type found only in Scotland.
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