Moine House by Peter Moore (Scotland Photo Spot)

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Moine House by Peter Moore

Moine House is a beautiful and eerie place, with phenomenal views. This abandoned cottage sits alone in the lush countryside with hidden artwork inside. This area was difficult and dangerous for travelers to traverse until the 1830s when the Duke of Sutherland had a road constructed. The Mòine House was designed along the edge of this road as a shelter for travelers at the halfway point of the roadway. (Moine Ho, Lairg, Scotland)

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