Grant Tower , Urquhart Castle , the Highlands , Scotland

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$19.63
David Rankin

Falkirk, United Kingdom

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    Soft flexible case with impact protection. Made with TPU, a durable material made of a mixture of soft silicone and hard plastic
    Protective Lip Weight Thickness
    Yes 26g Midweight 1/16 inch Single Layer

Features

  • Durable flexible case that grips around the edges of your phone
  • Shock absorbent TPU case with anti-fingerprint finish allows full access to device ports
  • Colors are ink printed on the frosted shell surface
  • The design is featured on the back while the edges of the case are semi transparent
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  • Features your chosen design by an independent artist
  • Compatible with Qi-standard wireless charging

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Grant Tower , Urquhart Castle , the Highlands , Scotland. The castle is on Strone Point on the shore of Loch Ness. It was originally built for Alan Durward , son-in-law of Alexander 2nd , in the 13th century. It was captured by the English in 1296 . Ownership changed hands several times until in 1308 Robert the Bruce gave it to his nephew , Sir Thomas Randolph. The castle was abandoned in 1692.

By the 1770s the castle was roofless, and was regarded as a romantic ruin by 19th-century painters and visitors to the Highlands.28 In 1884 the castle came under the control of Caroline, Dowager Countess of Seafield, widow of the 7th Earl of Seafield, on the death of her son the 8th Earl. On Lady Seafield’s death in 1911 her will instructed that Urquhart Castle be entrusted into state care, and in October 1913 responsibility for the castle’s upkeep was transferred to the Commissioners of His Majesty’s Works and Public Buildings.29 Historic Environment Scotland (formerly Historic Scotland), the successor to the Office of Works, continues to maintain the castle, which is scheduled monument in recognition of its national significance.[

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