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Abbotsford House, Scotland - historic home of the poet & author, Sir Walter Scott <3

Abbotsford House, Scotland - historic home of the poet & author, Sir Walter Scott. built by him in the Scottish Borders.

Sintra, Portugal

Not a tree house, but a very cool and old house in the trees. An old settlement in the Scottish Highlands. <---- This place looks magical! Like the home of the three witches in The Black Cauldron or a house in the Shire!

Creek Cottage, Castleton, England  (There is beauty all around)

Nice Cozy Loft

Château de Monte-Cristo, France Coincidence? I think not. I wonder if this is what inspired Dumas. Even though the real Athos (musketeer who inspired character) was from Gascony, the La Fere Dumas used is in Picardy. He saw a reference that Anne of Austria once stayed in Chateau La Fere (in the Ainse Region of Picardy not the Athos-Aspis Region of Bearn, Gascony) I know because I've been doing a Lot of research of late. May have also helped that Dumas was born in Ainse.

The Château de Monte-Cristo, the home of writer Alexandre Dumas in le Port-Marly, Yvelines, France. The chateau is now a museum.

Castillo Balintore, Agus, Escocia. Abandonado desde 1960.

Balintore Castle in Angus, Scotland. Built in 1859 by architect William Burn. The house was abandoned in the A Scotsman has bought it and has intentions of restoring it.

Inveraray Castle Gardens     Scotland

The 10 Best gardens to visit

Edimburgo Scozia

Abbotsford House, formerly the residence of historical novelist and poet, Sir Walter Scott, near Melrose, Scotland. (Look at the flower gardens!

Charming and colorful, this art print will lend cheer to any wall. Tantalizing colors combined with a balanced composition make this a truly amazing work of art. Giclee (jee-clay) is an advanced print

Vintage Travel Posters, Travel (Vintage Art) Prints and Posters Venice Switzerland Vintage travel posters

Schottische Mythen und Legenden

Scottish Myths and Legends – Creatures of Scotland, including the fairy and loch ness monster, as well as more obscure tales