Outlander Setting & Symbolism

Diana Gabaldon
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Highland Bed and Breakfast

Mrs. Baird runs the Highland Bed and Breakfast in Scotland. This is where Claire and Frank reside after Frank's return from the war. It is a cozy, but somewhat dirty place. It's large enough for both Claire and Frank, but it would be too small to raise children in. There are several residents and they are all friendly and happy living there.

Craigh na Dun

Circle of the standing stones, also known as Craigh na Dun is where Claire is transported back in time to the year 1743. This place is absolutely beautiful, standing on the outskirts of the highlands. There are several stones that stand close to one another. There is green grass around the outside of the stones, yet plain earth inside the circle of the stones. It is said to be where the witches performed their rituals in past and present.

The Scottish Moor

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