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Sit­ting be­tween the flood­plain of the River Find­horn and the Cluny hills, this town in the far north of Scot­land is the lo­ca­tion of Sueno’s Stone, a Pic­tish mono­lith stand­ing 20 ft tall and en­cased in glass to pro­tect it from the el­e­ments. The town fea­tures heav­ily in Shake­speare’s Mac­beth, be­ing the lo­ca­tion of Dun­can’s Cas­tle and the clos­est set­tle­ment to the heath where the witches meet in the third scene. The town is bor­dered by Dal­las Dhu Dis­tillery on its south side and Ben­ro­mach to its north.

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