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  1. Loudoun Castle was a theme park set around the ruins of the 19th century Loudoun Castle near Galston, in the Loudoun area of Ayrshire, Scotland, United Kingdom. The park opened in 1995, and closed at the end of the 2010 season.

  2. Earl of Loudoun (pronounced "loud-on" / ˈ l aʊ d ən /), named after Loudoun in Ayrshire, is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1633 for John Campbell, 2nd Lord Campbell of Loudoun , along with the subsidiary title Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline .

  3. The Loudoun Times-Mirror is a Leesburg-based weekly newspaper serving Loudoun County. There are no longer any local radio stations after the former WAGE (now WCRW ) was shut down in 2007. Leesburg is assigned to the Washington, D.C. media market, and is covered by its major television and radio stations; broadcasters from Baltimore , Frederick , and Winchester are also readily available.

  4. A water-colour drawing of Argyll House by T. H. Shepherd and two plans (at Inveraray Castle, engraved and undated) [depicted in this source] all suggest a house of little beauty and less convenience. Harriette Wilson , the sixth Duke's mistress, called it a 'dismal chateau' and described it, along with the Duke's meagre personal possessions, as 'old'.

  5. Los inicios de la guerra: 1296-1328. Podemos dividir la primera guerra de independencia de Escocia (1296-1328) en cuatro fases sucesivas: una primera fase incluye una invasión inglesa que, por el momento, tiene éxito, en 1296; durante una segunda fase tienen lugar las campañas dirigidas por William Wallace, Andrew de Moray y otros Guardianes de Escocia, entre 1297 y febrero de 1304, cuando ...

  6. Inveraray Castle (pronounced / ˌ ɪ n v ə ˈ r ɛər ə / invə-REHRUH or / ˌ ɪ n v ə ˈ r ɛər ɪ / invə-REHREH; Scottish Gaelic Caisteal Inbhir Aora [ˈkʰaʃtʲəl̪ˠ iɲɪɾʲˈɯːɾə]) is a country house near Inveraray in the county of Argyll, in western Scotland, on the shore of Loch Fyne, Scotland's longest sea loch.

  7. Earl of Selkirk is a title in the Peerage of Scotland, used since 1646.It has rules of inheritance subject to unusual and unique provisions.