Map of Scotland for Macbeth
Forres: The city where the opening scenes are likely to take place. Forres is the location of the first battle, Forres is the place where Macbeth killed Macdonwald.
Dunsinane: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth move to their castle in Dunsinane when Macbeth becomes king of Scotland. This is where the doctor and the servant watch Lady Macbeth as she sleep walks. It is also where Lady Macbeth kills herself. The final battle and Macbeth's death also take place at the front of the castle in Dunsinane.
Inverness: Macbeth and Lady Macbeth's castle was located here before Macbeth became Thane of Cawdor and King of Scotland. Macbeth kills Duncan at this castle. This is also where Duncan's sons run from.
Fife: This is the location of Macduff and Lady Macduff's castle. Macduff leaves his family at this castle unprotected. This is also the location of where the Murderers kill Macduff's family.
England: This is where Malcolm (Duncan's son) flees to after the death of Duncan. Malcolm stays in England for a short amount of time before planning his revenge on Macbeth. Malcolm and Macduff plan their revenge on Macbeth after being in England.
Birnam Wood: The forest/city near Macbeth's castle in Dunsinane. This is where the troops against Macbeth stay. Also, it is where the prophecy of the woods moving comes from. The troops carry parts of trees from this forest/city.
Colmekill: Colmekill is where the burial place of Duncan is said to be. This city is where many of the Kings of Scotland were said to be buried.
Scone: Scone is where the coronation of Macbeth and Malcolm is said to take place. This is also the future place for where Banquo's sons will be made King. Scone is a city where nearly all connotations took place.
Ireland: Ireland is where Donalbain (Duncan's son) flees to after the death of Duncan. After Donalbain flees to Ireland nothing is really ever heard of him.

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