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Wonderfully preserved 1200 year old carved Pictish stone. I love these old carved stones and this... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2018
Oldelgin
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Elgin, United Kingdom
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My friend is an empolyee at Brodie Castle,

Everything near Brodie Castle is wonderful. It is the first castle we have ever been to that you... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
jasatt
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Salt Lake City
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13 Jun 2018
“Historic”
5 Sep 2017
“My friend is an empolyee at Brodie Castle,”
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A96 | By Brodie Castle, Forres IV36 2TE, Scotland
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Reviewed 14 June 2018 via mobile

Wonderfully preserved 1200 year old carved Pictish stone. I love these old carved stones and this one is in great condition for being outside. Also called Fortunes stone.

Thank Oldelgin
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Everything near Brodie Castle is wonderful. It is the first castle we have ever been to that you can actually walk into each room and touch relics. The history is amazing. If you goo their ask for Mhairi

Thank jasatt
Reviewed 18 May 2017

one of my finds when I was strolling in the gardens of Brodie Castle, a very interesting item with lots of history

Thank ch00chter
Reviewed 1 December 2016

There is a way marked walk from the car park. It takes in this stone and is a nice introduction to the history around the Castle.

2  Thank dawnchornby
Reviewed 15 August 2016

1200 years old Pictish stone brought to its current location in 1830 from the village of Dyke. It has a small car park near it, before getting into the Brodie's estate, and an information panel. Good stop if you like these Pictish stones.

3  Thank jcrossBdV
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