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Castle Campbell Canvas Art
Located in a fold of the Ochils on the northern bank of River Devon, where mountain waters rush off the hills, is Dollar Scotland, founded in 1820.

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Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
16" x 13" $9 $12 $22 $64 $69
24" x 19" $14 $17 $31 $107 $99
32" x 26" $20 $26 $47 $164 $129
40" x 32" $27 $36 $65 $233 $209
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Castle Campbell Canvas Art

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Product ID: 580378897
$64
 

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Canvas is printed with UV-resistant archival inks and stretched on 1 1/2" wood stretcher bars which won't warp or crack. Shipped with mounting hardware installed, ready to hang anywhere in your home or office.


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Situated on the north shore of Loch Awe in Argyll, Scotland, Kilchurn Castle is an impressive baronial style ruin dating from 1440 and is associated with the Campbell clan.
Standing at the head of Loch Awe on what is today a low, rocky mound, but which, in medieval times, was an island, Kilchurn Castle was built, around 1440 by Margaret, wife of Sir Colin Campbell.