Eilean Donan Castle (schottisch-gälisch: Eilean Donnain) ist eine Niederungsburg in der Nähe von Dornie, einem kleinen Dorf in Schottland. Der Name selbst bedeutet „Donans Insel“ und weist auf den Hl. Donnán von Eigg hin, einen keltischen Märtyrer aus dem 6. Jahrhundert.
Diliff – Eigenes Werk
Eilean Donan Castle, as viewed from the south-east at sunrise. Taken by myself as a 2×6 segment panorama with a Canon 5D and 85mm f/1.8 lens.
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