Tynron Doon

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Tynron Doon is a multivallate iron age hill fort outside the village of Tynron in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. It was occupied on and off from the 1st millennium BC until the 16th century, when an L shaped tower house stood there. Tynron Doon lies at the southern end of the Scaur hills.

Tynron Doon (on the right) with the valley of the River Nith (Nithsdale) beyond and Queensberry Hill near the left side of the picture. The village of Penpont can be seen in the foreground and Thornhill lies beyond it.

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Coordinates: 55°13′31″N 3°51′25″W / 55.2254°N 3.8570°W / 55.2254; -3.8570