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Bognie AKA Conzie Castle

Bognie AKA Conzie Castle

Conzie Castle, also known as Bognie Castle, built in the 17th Century, is ruined but once rose to four storeys. Two walls are more or less complete. This was a property of the Morrison family, although the Dunbars of Conzie held it for 200 years.


Wording taken from The Castles of Scotland Third Edition by Martin Coventry


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