Picturesque Crinan in Argyll lies at the north end of the Crinan Canal, which runs from Ardrishaig on Loch Fyne to the Sound of Jura on the Atlantic Ocean. It is a tiny fishing village with a population of 60 people. The Crinan Canal with its 15 locks was built in the 18th century by John Rennie. Nearby is Duntrune Castle, a Norman-style, stone castle from the twelfth century that is located on Loch Crinan and looks out on the Sound of Jura. It is claimed that Duntrune is the oldest, continuously inhabited building in Scotland.
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