Argyll and the Isles Sights

Duncan Ban Macintyre Monument

  • Memorial/Monument/Tomb

Published 05/04/2017

Fodor's Review

The monument was erected in honor of this Gaelic poet (1724–1812), sometimes referred to as the Robert Burns of the Highlands. He fought at Culloden and wrote poetry and song in the language of the peasants. The view from here is one of the finest in Argyll, taking in Ben Cruachan and the other peaks nearby, as well as Loch Awe and its scattering of islands. To find the monument from Dalmally, just east of Loch Awe, follow an old road running southwest toward the banks of the loch. You can see the round, granite structure from the road's highest point, often called Monument Hill.

Sight Information

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Dalmally, Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Published 05/04/2017

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