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Fyvie Castle Staircase. The earliest parts of Fyvie Castle date from the 13th century – some sources claim it was built in 1211 by William the Lion. Fyvie was the site of an open-air court held by Robert the Bruce, and Charles I lived there as a child. Following the Battle of Otterburn in 1390, it ceased to be a royal stronghold and instead fell into the possession of five successive families – Preston, Meldrum, Seton, Gordon and Leith – each of whom added a new tower to the castle.   ..rh

Fyvie Castle Staircase. The earliest parts of Fyvie Castle date from the 13th century – some sources claim it was built in 1211 by William the Lion. Fyvie was the site of an open-air court held by Robert the Bruce, and Charles I lived there as a child. Following the Battle of Otterburn in 1390, it ceased to be a royal stronghold and instead fell into the possession of five successive families – Preston, Meldrum, Seton, Gordon and Leith – each of whom added a new tower to the castle. ..rh

England Travel Inspiration - Bibury, UK  Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from "The Capital of the Cotswolds", Cirencester wit...

England Travel Inspiration - Bibury, UK Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from "The Capital of the Cotswolds", Cirencester wit...

The Saltire or St Andrew's Cross, is a blue field with a white saltire. According to tradition, it represents Saint Andrew,   who is supposed to have been crucified on a cross of that form.  #scotland #saltire #flag

The Saltire or St Andrew's Cross, is a blue field with a white saltire. According to tradition, it represents Saint Andrew, who is supposed to have been crucified on a cross of that form. #scotland #saltire #flag

St Fillans on Loch Earn, late winter.

St Fillans on Loch Earn, late winter.

Perthshire, Lochearnead, Looking towards Loch Earn

Perthshire, Lochearnead, Looking towards Loch Earn

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