Made entirely of pink stone
Inverness is one of the major cities in the North of Scotland, close to the massive Highlands. In the heart of the city, overlooking the River Ness, stands the castle which dates from 1836 and was built by William Burn on the location in the old fort to defend the city. Made entirely of pink stone, it consists of several watchtowers with crenelated parapets. A small park allows visitors to enjoy a view of the city and river below.