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Dunsinane

Dunsinane (dŭnˌsĭnānˈ) [key], westernmost of the Sidlaw Hills, 1,012 ft (308 m) high, Perth and Kinross, central Scotland. On its summit are ruins of a fort, called Macbeth's Castle; it is the traditional scene of Macbeth's final defeat as related by Shakespeare.

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