With castles, ancient buildings and monuments galore, there is bound to be somethingof interest for you to visit on your travels!
Robert the Bruce sought solace here and Mary Queen of Scots found safety as a child
Robert The Bruce - Stirling Castle
King of the Scots between 1306 and 1329, this statue is on the castle esplanade
Finlarig Castle - Killin
Now in ruins, it was built in 1629 by 'Black' Duncan Campbell
The Wallace Monument - Stirling
Commemorating the 13th-century Scottish hero Sir William Wallace
David Stirling Memorial
Erected in 2002 near Doune, it is sometimes called the SAS Memorial
St Giles' Cathedral - Edinburgh
Founded in 1124, it is regarded as the Mother Church of World Presbyterianism
Buccleuch Statue - Edinburgh
Erected in 1887 it was too large for the pedestal hence the overhanging foot!
The Great Hall - Stirling Castle
Built for James IV in 1503, it's the largest of its kind ever built in Scotland
Women's Timber Corp Statue
Life-size bronze of a 'Lumberjill' in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park near Aberfoyle.
General Wade's Bridge - Aberfeldy
A five arch bridge spanning the River Tay and built in 1733
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