Castle Sween

Local nameCastle Sween
LocationScotland, UK

Castle Sween, also known as Caisteal Suibhne, and Caistéal Suibhne, is located on the eastern shore of Loch Sween, in Knapdale, south of the forestry village of Achnamara on the west coast of Argyll, Scotland. Castle Sween is thought to be one of the earliest stone castles built in Scotland, having been built sometime in the late twelfth century. The castle's towers were later additions to wooden structures which have since vanished.

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Coordinates 55°56'52.597" N -5°39'55.518" E

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