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Scottish events - Robert Adam and the National Trust for Scotland lecture - 20 November 2012

09 July 2012

Scottish events - Robert Adam and the National Trust for Scotland lecture - 20 November 2012

A talk on Culzean Castle by Ian Gow of National Trust for Scotland, on 20 November 2012 at Lauriston Castle, Edinburgh.

Culzean Castle’s acceptance by the National Trust for Scotland in 1948 owed everything to its stature as Robert Adam’s colonial Scottish masterpiece. As this lecture explains, Culzean had been subjected to successive Adam revival campaigns since 1878. With Ian Gow, chief curator for National Trust for Scotland. Starts 10.30am.

For details and to book, contact Margaret Findlay, tel: 0131 529 3963. Lauriston Castle, 2 Cramond Road South, Davidson’s Mains, Edinburgh EH4 5QD.

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