Not to much to see as they are ruins, but the history is interesting. There is a display out front in English that tells the story.
It's a nice town. This wouldn't be your first destination as Braemer Castle would, but these ruins are older.
The original fortifications were built here in the late 11th c. These current ruins were built in the 1300s and destroyed by canon during a plague epidemic. The occupants were struck by plague in the 17th c. so the castle was destroyed to prevent them leaving.
Excavations began in 1925.
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