Scotland in print.

10 stunning Scottish literary locations from famous novels

Scotland has been the inspiration for some of the most famous works of literature in history.

Here is a run down of the locations that inspired some classics and their authors.

The atmospheric ruins of the 16th-century tower house inspired Bram Stoker on his many trips to Cruden Bay.

5. Slains Castle - Dracula

The atmospheric ruins of the 16th-century tower house inspired Bram Stoker on his many trips to Cruden Bay.
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Despite the dark nature of Alan Warners novel, Oban is a bright port known as The Gateway to the Isles.

6. Oban - Morvern Callar

Despite the dark nature of Alan Warners novel, Oban is a bright port known as The Gateway to the Isles.
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The locations in the Outlander novels are fictionalised, but the locations used in the phenomenal TV success are very real, and Aviemore features heavily.

7. Aviemore Outlander

The locations in the Outlander novels are fictionalised, but the locations used in the phenomenal TV success are very real, and Aviemore features heavily.
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Locations around Dumfries, including the garden at Moat Brae House, would inspire the astonishingly successful Peter Pan, by JM Barrie.

8. Moat Brae House - Peter Pan

Locations around Dumfries, including the garden at Moat Brae House, would inspire the astonishingly successful Peter Pan, by JM Barrie.
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