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Scone Palace
Scone Palace
Scone was a the center of the Pics, and later became where
the King of Scots were inaugurated at the Moot Hill.
The abbey at Moot Hill was where the Stone of 
Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone was kept.
Seen here in the fall with the red ivy.
 
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Scone Arch View
Scone Arch View
The Stone of Scone was taken to Westminster
Abbey by Edward I in 1296, and was finally 
returned to Edniburgh Castle in 1996. The palace has
lovely grounds with gardens, coos, white peacocks 
and more. Seen here with the red ivy.
 
 
 
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Balmoral Castle
Balmoral Castle
The original castle was first built in the 16th century.
It was sold in 1852 to Prince Albert  and Queen 
Victoria, and in 1855, the present castle was built.
Balmoral is best known for being used by the
Royal Family as one of their main castles.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Dunure Castle
Dunure Castle
Once a strong fortress on the summit of a rocky promontory, 
Dunure Castle was the property of the Kennedys of Dunure,
Earls of Cassillis. In 1570, Allan Stewart, Commendator of
Crossraguel Abbey, was roasted in sop here by  the 
Kennedy Earl of Cassillis until he signed away the lands 
of the abbey.  Kennedy of Bargany, hearing of the treatment
of Stewart, stormed the castle and rescued him. Dunure 
may have been blown up  sometime in the 17th century. 
By 1696 the castle was abandoned and ruined. 
Ghostly cries have been  heard coming from
the chamber in which Stewart was roasted.
Located in Ayrshire.



 

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