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Drone view of Dunsinane Hill Fort, also known as Macbeth's Castle Aerial drone image of atmospheric Dunsinane Hill Fort, also known as Macbeth’s Castle in Perthshire. Traces of human settlement go back a thousand years, defined in the contours of the hill. Once an Iron Age encampment, it was later the site of The Battle of Dunsinane, in 1054, between the English army of Earl Siward, fighting for Prince Malcolm’s claim to the Scottish throne against King Macbeth’s army.
Shakespeare later wrote a line in his Macbeth where a supernatural being is quoted as saying "Macbeth shall never vanquished be, until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill Shall come against him." Fort Stock Photo
Drone view of Dunsinane Hill Fort, also known as Macbeth's Castle Aerial drone image of atmospheric Dunsinane Hill Fort, also known as Macbeth’s Castle in Perthshire. Traces of human settlement go back a thousand years, defined in the contours of the hill. Once an Iron Age encampment, it was later the site of The Battle of Dunsinane, in 1054, between the English army of Earl Siward, fighting for Prince Malcolm’s claim to the Scottish throne against King Macbeth’s army. Shakespeare later wrote a line in his Macbeth where a supernatural being is quoted as saying "Macbeth shall never vanquished be, until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill Shall come against him." Fort Stock Photo

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Aerial drone image of atmospheric Dunsinane Hill Fort, also known as Macbeth’s Castle in Perthshire. Traces of human settlement go back a thousand years, defined in the contours of the hill. Once an Iron Age encampment, it was later the site of The Battle of Dunsinane, in 1054, between the English army of Earl Siward, fighting for Prince Malcolm’s claim to the Scottish throne against King Macbeth’s army. Shakespeare later wrote a line in his Macbeth where a supernatural being is quoted as saying "Macbeth shall never vanquished be, until Great Birnam wood to high Dunsinane hill Shall come against him."

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