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Loch Awe and Kilchurn Castle, Argyll and Bute
Loch Awe is located in Argyll and Bute, in western Scotland. It is 25 miles long and is believed to be the the longest fresh water Loch in all of Scotland. As well as being a beautifully scenic location for a photograph, it has a number of ruined castles along its shores, the best known of which is undoubtedly that of Kilchurn Castle located at its eastern end. This impressive ruin was the ancestral home of the Cambell Clan of Glen Orchy, and was first built in 1450 by Sir Colin Cambell, who held the notable title of the ‘First Lord’ of his homeland. Loch Awe is therefore one of the most popular locations in Scotland for photographers and it is quite clear to see why.
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