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St Monan's Kirk

Located in St. Monance, Fife, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 7.1 miles away.

There's been a church here since the ninth century. Located by the sea in Fife, east Scotland. Existing building dates from the fourteenth century. Renovated, along with many churches, in Victorian era...

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St Andrew's Cathedral

Located in St. Andrews, Fife, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 8.2 miles away.

Founded in 1158. St Andrew's Cathedral at the time was the largest cathedral in Scotland. St Andrew's took 150 years to build, was consecrated in 1318 by Robert the Bruce and fell into disuse after the Reformation. There...

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St Andrew's Castle

Located in St. Andrews, Fife, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 8.4 miles away.

Begun in the twelfth century as a home to the bishops of St Andrew's. Located on the coast and looks out across the North Sea. Houses the notorious 'bottle dungeon' which can be seen to this day. Managed by Historic Scot...

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St Andrew's University

Located in St. Andrews, Fife, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 8.9 miles away.

Founded around 1410. The oldest university in Scotland and the third oldest in the UK. Located in Fife, to the east of Scotland. Alumni include Alex Salmond (First Minister of Scotland 2007) and further back Edward Jenne...

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The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews

Located in St. Andrews, Fife, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 9.7 miles away.

One of the world's oldest golf clubs. St Andrews is viewed as the home of world golf. Founded in 1754, King William IV became its patron in 1834...

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Dirleton Castle

Located in Dirleton, East Lothian, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 16.3 miles away.

The gardens are home to the world's longest herbaceous border, as certified by the Guinness World Records. A short distance east of Edinburgh. Dirleton Castle was built in the thirteenth century. Used by Oliver Cromwell...

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Tay Rail Bridge

Located in Dundee, Dundee, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 18.5 miles away.

On the east coast of Scotland. Railway bridge 2.25 miles (3.5 km) long!. Note: there's also a road bridge here called the Tay Road Bridge which is 1.4 miles (2.25 km) long...

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Arbroath Harbour

Located in Arbroath, Angus, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 20.2 miles away.

On the North Sea coast in eastern Scotland. Harbour built in mid-nineteenth century. Famed for its 'Arbroath Smokies', haddock that is smoked over wood-chip fires. Today, there is a marina here...

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Arbroath Abbey

Located in Arbroath, Angus, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 20.6 miles away.

Founded in 1178 by a Scottish King who was buried before the high altar of the church in 1214. Arbroath is made from distinctive red sandstone. The Abbey was once the richest in Scotland but fell into ruin after the Scot...

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Glamis Castle

Located in Glamis, Angus, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 28.7 miles away.

Childhood home of the Queen Mother. Birthplace of Princess Margaret. Glamis Castle features on the Scottish ten pound note. Many legends surround the castle including those of the 'monster of Glamis', the ghost of the 'G...

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Holyrood Palace

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.2 miles away.

Queen Elizabeth II's official residence in Scotland. Or the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The principal residence of the Kings and Queens of Scotland since the fifteenth century. Located in Edinburgh at the end of the Royal M...

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Scottish Parliament Building

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.3 miles away.

Opened in 2004 and designed by the Catalan architect Enric Miralles. Home of the Scottish Parliament. Located in the Holyrood area of Edinburgh...

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Arthur's Seat

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.3 miles away.

The main peak in a group of hills in Holyrood Park, central Edinburgh. 251 metres above sea level. Offers spectacular views across the city. Salisbury Crags are a series of dramatic cliffs on a spur of Arthur's seat...

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National Monument

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.3 miles away.

A memorial to those who died in the Napoleonic Wars. Located on Calton Hill with views across Edinburgh city. Begun in 1822, only partially built owing to lack of funds...

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Calton Hill

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.3 miles away.

A hill in central Edinburgh offering stunning views of the city. On and around the hill, the visitor can find the National Monument, Nelson's Monument, the Dugald Stewart Monument, the Royal High School, the City Observa...

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Tenements Edinburgh Old Town

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.6 miles away.

Located in the Old Town of Edinburgh, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tenements are the equivalent of modern apartments. In Edinburgh, they date from the fifteenth century and can be up to ten stories high...

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Craigmillar Castle

Located in Craigmillar, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.7 miles away.

On the outskirts of Edinburgh. Craigmillar Castle was begun in the late fourteenth century by the Preston family, lairds of Craigmillar. Abandoned in the eighteenth century. The castle is now managed by Historic Scotland...

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Scott Monument

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.8 miles away.

Monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott who died in 1832. Completed in 1844. Designed by George Meikle Kemp, a forty-five year old joiner, draftsman, and self-taught architect...

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Princes Street

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.8 miles away.

One of Edinburgh's most famous street, running about a mile (1.6km) through the city. Built during the eighteenth century as part of the New Town of Edinburgh and named after George III's sons, the 'Princes'. Shops run a...

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The National Gallery of Scotland Complex

Located in Edinburgh, Edinburgh, The Lowlands, Scotland

Approximately 30.9 miles away.

Comprises: i.) The National Gallery of Scotland, ii.) The Royal Scottish Academy Building and iii.) The Weston Link. Works by Raphael, Titian, El Greco, Velázquez, Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Gogh, Monet, Cézanne, Degas, Gaug...

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