Black Castle of Moulin
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The castle was built about 1326 by Sir John Campbell of Lochawe on an island, or crannog, in a loch, now drained. The castle was torched in 1512, due to a fear of plague, and fell into ruins.
- Historic Environment Scotland. "Black Castle of Moulin or Caisteal Dubh (SM1636)". Retrieved 15 February 2019.
- Historic Environment Scotland. "Caisteal Dubh (26274)". Canmore. Retrieved 15 February 2019.
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