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Callender House.
An Estate House which spans 600 years of Scottish History. But it starts in the eleventh century when the King's representative theThane of Callendar built a house in the shadow of the Antonine Wall. After 4 centuries of the Livingston Family, the house and estate was sold to the Forbes Family in 1783 where they lived until 1963.
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Jun 15 2006 18:06 GMT mateo
wooooooow, beautiful castle
Jun 15 2006 19:21 GMT Zodyak
Stunning building!
Jun 16 2006 12:08 GMT Snappa
Beautiful building.
Jun 16 2006 15:49 GMT jceca PRO
typical scottish castle from the kid's stories..... :)
Jun 16 2006 18:21 GMT hallo
Beautiful building style like fairy tales!
Jun 17 2006 02:05 GMT Gunship
MMmmm very interesting! Where about would I find this place, my camera needs to go there!
Jun 17 2006 05:59 GMT Poulet PRO
Beautiful image.
Thanks for the information, Minz. :))
Jun 17 2006 18:12 GMT bojtorjan
Woww....wonderful castle!
Jun 18 2006 05:10 GMT Barton
Beautiful home,Really big No wonder Livingston wasn`t afraid to walk across Africa, I`d need a map and a seeing eye dog to find the mens room.
Jun 18 2006 19:16 GMT puppra
Fascinating Scotland... A noble castle!
Jun 19 2006 03:17 GMT hbla PRO
wow...a dream house :)
excellent photo!
Jun 19 2006 18:52 GMT anjica
beautifull castle!
Jun 21 2006 11:32 GMT wifey
There are Callenders in the Bahamas too… I bet there's a link. My husband's family has some historical tie to Stirling Castle even though he is predominantly English.
Sep 14 2006 20:32 GMT CDI
old and...beautiful:)
Mar 26 2007 21:00 GMT Bowser
Wonderful building, wonderful shot, well captured.
Oct 28 2007 01:51 GMT anothergirl
I work next door to this buliding. Perhaps it's most famous accolade was that Mary Queen of Scots spent her childhood days here, and visited again and again during her troubled reign. Bonnie Prince Charlie also took sanctuary here, as did many other famous Scottish dignataries. Today the house and park belong to the people of Falkirk. No-one can ever buy the House, as the Forbes family bequithed it to the people of Falkirk and it will always be in public hands. We hold our summer festivals, pipe band competitions, funfairs and halloween fireworks nights here. Its a special place to Falkirk folks, so thanks for highlighting it on Fotothing.
Oct 28 2007 09:56 GMT Minz PRO
Thanks so much for your comment, and thanks for all the information about about the House. Huge asset to the area. I so enjoyed my visit there that day.