In Act One, where was the castle to which Duncan went after the victory?

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In Act I, scene 6, Duncan goes to Macbeth's castle, Inverness.Shakespeare was rumored to have based this castle on the 11th century wood structure that resided on the River Ness. It was destroyed by King Robert I, and rebuilt nearby in 1835.


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