Scotland is home to majority of 4,000 sites on database – but many are not on hills and are not really forts, say researchers

Some soar out of the landscape and have impressed tourists and inspired historians and artists for centuries, while others are tiny gems, tucked away on mountain or moor and are rarely visited.

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