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Crookston Castle is Glasgow's only surviving medieval castle.
Crookston Castle Sits High on top of natural Hill high above the levern water.The Castle dates back to 12th Century.In 1489 the Stewart Earl of Lennox rebelled against James IV. James responded by bringing the cannon Mons Meg from Edinburgh.
The castle consists of a central tower with four square corner towers, set within 12th-century earthworks.
Affords excellent views of south-west Glasgow.
Strong footwear recommended.
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