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Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

When you think of a castle the first thing that falls on your mind is medieval settlement that resembles to Camelot. You might be shocked a bit, but today we have a settlement that is anything but a standard castle.Castles aren’t built only in medieval times, and they have continued to live throughout renascence. Some castles managed to survive to the modern days, and one of these castles is Kelburn castle that is located on the west coast of Scotland. This castle is only 35 miles west of Glasgow and it’s one of the oldest castles, although we don’t know when it was actually built. This castle has survived into modern age, and it seems that this castle is modern itself because it is cover in graffiti. I don’t know about you but I’ve never seen a castle that is covered in graffiti, and I can say that Kelburn castle looks quite amazing thanks to those graffiti. Almost entire castle is covered in graffiti and there’s almost no single space that doesn’t have any graffiti on it. This castle has all sorts of graffiti on its walls and some of them are beautiful, while others are rather weird. Anyhow, artists did an amazing job, and we can only say that this castle looks impressive.To see it for yourself, check out these sweet pictures bellow.

Castles 1 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

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Castles 5 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 6 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 7 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 8 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 9 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 10 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 11 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 12 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

Castles 13 Graffiti covered Kelburn castle in Scotland

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