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Loch Katrine, Stirling, Scotland

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Doune Castle, Scotland. Recent research has shown that Doune Castle was originally built in the thirteenth century, then probably damaged in the Scottish Wars of Independence, before being rebuilt in the late 14th century by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany (1340–1420), the son of King Robert II of Scotland, and Regent of Scotland from 1388 until his death. By 1800 the castle was ruined, but restoration works were carried out in the 1880s, prior to its passing into state care in the 20th…

Recent research has shown that Doune Castle was originally built in the thirteenth century, then probably damaged in the Scottish Wars of Independence, before being rebuilt in the late century by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany

A castle in Scotland that was occupied by the Frasers of Lovat :) If you have read the Outlander series you know who that is :)

Outlandish Places: Beaufort Castle, Seat of Lord Lovat Scotland Beaufort Castle

Sir William Wallace, a hero and a true patriot of Scotland. He united the country’s clans, gained the loyalty of the people, struck fear into his enemies and defied the cruel hand of the warring invading King Edward I of England.

When England & Scotland faced each other at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in Scotland was led to victory by a figure destined to become a national hero - Sir William Wallace

King Robert The Bruce. Stirling Castle.

King Robert The Bruce. Stirling Castle.

Wallace Monument, Scotlan. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in Scotland: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2010/12/30/things-scotland/d

National Wallace Monument (generally known as the Wallace Monument) is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, the century Scottish hero.

Print of Mary Queen of Scots after Portrait by Zuccaro

Mary Queen of Scots Pearl Necklace on Display

Mary (Stuart), Queen of Scots - direct descendant of Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII.

William Wallace Monument  Stirling, Scotland

William Wallace Monument Stirling, Scotland ~ This is where my Dad is from. He grew up here. ~ His family had a store in Falkirk, and his mother ran a business teaching girls to sew in Larbert.

Country Life Archive: Scottish Castles - Stirling Castle - Renaissance of a Royal Palace by John Goodall | Culture | Houses for sale, properties for sale - Country Life

Country Life Archive: Scottish Castles - Stirling Castle - Renaissance of a Royal Palace by John Goodall

Robert the Bruce    Stirling Castle  Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, UK

Robert the Bruce Stirling Castle Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, UK (my great grandpa, Robert the Bruce)

Stirling Castle  ~ During the Wars of Scottish Independence, Robert de Forsyth I and his son Osbert Forsyth II fought alongside the future King, Robert I of Scotland, against the English at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314. For their service, the Forsyths were granted feudal lands in Stirling. In 1360 he was rewarded as such by being appointed the governor of Stirling Castle. For successive generations Stirling Castle was governed by the Forsyths.

Address: Stirling Castle Castle Esplanade Stirling Scotland Ghost Hunts: Enquire Here

Robert the Bruce a national hero and King of Scotland after the Scottish Wars of Independence.

Birthday of Robert the Bruce 11 July 1274 Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, was born on this day in British history, 11 July He played an integral role in helping Scotland secure independence.

Stained Glass Window #1 "William Wallace" in the National Wallace Monument. [T]here are eleven significant stained glass windows. Perhaps the best-loved windows of all, and those most admired, are the four which are found in the ‘Hall of Heroes’, on the second floor. Striking because of their size, and their bold colours..these show Wallace himself, Robert the Bruce, and two warriors from the mediaeval period – an archer and a spearman. Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Official Website of The National Wallace Monument, Stirling, Scotland. A world famous landmark, in a stunning location - come and visit one of Scotland's most magnificent sights, and meet Scotland's national hero - William Wallace.

Stirling Castle in Stirling, Scotland, where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned.

Stirling Castle Scotland- saw fiery battles, and the evidence is the bullet marks upon its imposing walls

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