Dunnottar Castle occupies a 3.5 acre area on a rocky peninsula on the north-east coast of Scotland. The site has been fortified since the early Middle Ages and has played a prominent role in the history of Scotland.
The keep, or tower house, is located next to the steep entrance to the castle and was built in the late 14th Century. The keep is an L-plan tower, four stories high, with crenelated battlements and a short tower on the south-east side.
My reconstruction of the Keep of Dunnottar Castle is 20 x 20 inches (64 x 64 studs) and is 24 inches high.
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