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Cities/Towns/Places of Scotland:

Anstruther
Crail
Isle of Skye
Kelso
Oban
Old Man of Storr
Portree
Uig


Ancient Abbeys/Cathedrals of Scotland:

Arbroath Abbey
Beauly Priory
Dryburgh Abbey
Dunfermline Abbey
Elgin Cathedral
Fortrose Cathedral
Holyrood Abbey
Jedburth Abbey
Kelso Abbey
Rosslyn Chapel
St. Andrews Cathedral
St. Conans Kirk
Sweetheart Abbey

Castles of Scotland:

Caerlaverock Castle
Cardoness Castle
Dunnottar Castle
Dunstaffnage Castle
Dunvegan Castle
Edinburgh Castle
Eilean Donan Castle
Greenknowe Tower
Hermitage Castle
Hume Castle
Kilchurn Castle
Smailholm Tower
Spynie Palace
St. Andrews Castle
Threave Castle
Urquhart Castle
Dryburgh Abbey was opened in the year 1150. It resides along the River Tweed in the Scottish Borders forty miles southeast of Edinburgh. It is one of many of the famous and popular abbeys visited by tourists interested in seeing the beautiful old ruins of medieval abbeys. The property is maintained by Historic Scotland, which has the unfortunate practice of plastering their historic sites with an overabundance of signs and placards. According to Historic Scotland, Dryburgh Abbey was established by the Premonstratensian order of monks which originated in northeast France. You can enjoy TheWorldinLight photos of Dryburgh Abbey by using the Slideshow below. See everything TheWorldinLight has to offer at Destinations and Topics.


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