Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Callander in Scotland, the gate of the Trossachs mountain range.
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Visit Callander in Scotland
Callander is the gate of the Trossachs mountain range. Walter Scott’s narrative poem The Lady of the Lake takes place at [Foreign Language]. Crew steamers named after the writer Run in the Lake. In on of the old church buildings in the city there’s a Rob Roy memoria with an exhibition, film and serener shop. All the sites in the neighborhood are connected to Rob Roy’s name.
The story was also written by devote and Walter Scott and countless films have been made the last one is during the anisette. Rob Roy was born in the village of Gwengail in 1671. Like Robin Hood, he stole from the rich to provide food for the poor. The Duke of Monroe’s imprisoned him and burnt down his house for which we’re a boy took revenge. Towards the end of his life, he was pardoned and he settled down in [Foreign Language]. He was buried here in 1734, his grave as well as the house he was born in is a place of pilgrimage.