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Kinnoull Hill is a hill located in Perth, Scotland.
From the hill’s 222 metres (728 ft) south-facing cliff summit, views are afforded of the River Tay, the Friarton Bridge, and a stretch of the Tay Coast railway line. Further to the south, Moncreiffe Hill can be seen.
On an outcrop a few hundred yards to the east of — but visible from — the summit is Kinnoull Tower, a folly built in the eighteenth century by the Ninth Earl of Kinnoull (1710–1787) to resemble castles on the Rhine he had admired during his Grand Tour of Germany. Kinnoull saw great similarities between the landscape of the River Tay and parts of the Rhine. In 1829, Lord Grey of Kinfauns built the Binn Tower on his adjoining land. Grey originally used his tower as an observatory.  The tower is easily accessible via a footpath. (Wikipedia)