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    Holyrood (means "Holy Cross") Abbey in Scotland. Reportedly, Robert the Bruce held parliament here. Multiple invading armies damaged the Abbey, which was finally plundered during the Scottish Reformation in 1559. I know it was important to make the point of rejecting wrongful worship, but, couldn't the just put a padlock on the door?

    Holyrood Palace stands at the bottom of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, at the opposite end of Edinburgh Castle. Edinburgh, SCOTLAND.

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    Colored engraving which is a reproduction of THE CLANS AND TARTANS OF SCOTLAND by R.R. McIan, originally introduced in 1845. It was published in London in 1988


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    Edinburgh's Royal Mile ~ Scotland. The Old Tollgate on Edinburgh's Royal Mile, the Royal Mile connects Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood House.

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    Ruins of Holyrood Abbey in Edinburgh, Scotland; built in 1128 by King David I of Scotland and home for mediaeval monks with HDR and grunge fancies. It has been a ruin since the eighteenth century. || 10000wishes on flickr

    Edinburgh, Scotland