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  1. Killiecrankie

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    Historic Sites

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    Pitlochry

    Killiecrankie is a famous wooded gorge, where the Battle of Killiecrankie took place in 1689.

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    South Ronaldsay

    Welcome to Tomb of the Eagles

  3. Monteviot House Gardens

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    Parks & Gardens

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    Jedburgh

    The river garden planted with herbaceous shrubs is only 1 of a few gardens to be visited on site. The pinetum is full of unusual trees and a nearby water garden is linked by bridges. Coach parties by arrangement.

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    Rowardennan

    Welcome to Loch Lomond National Park Memorial Sculpture

  5. Dunblane Cathedral

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    Dunblane

    Dunblane Cathedral is a beautiful medieval church in Dunblane which dates as far back as the 12th century.

  6. Scapa Flow

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    Orkney

    Scapa Flow's landscape holds a treasure trove of natural, archaeological and cultural interest. visit www.scapaflow.co for more information on the area.

  7. Antonine Wall

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    Falkirk

    The fascinating World Heritage Site of the Antonine Wall, once the most northern frontier of the Roman Empire in Britain, today offers great walking routes surrounded by nature.

  8. Churchyard Of St Kentigern

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    Lockerbie

    Explore the atmospheric Churchyard of St Kentigern, famous for its 8th and 9th century sculptures and connections with St Mungo, founder of Glasgow.

  9. Knockando Woolmill

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    Historic Sites

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    • 4 Visitor Attraction
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    Aberlour

    The historic Knockando Woolmill, situated in the heart of Speyside.

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    Greenock

    Do one of the top 50 walks in Scotland - the circular 11km walk is reasonably level, with panoramic views of the Clyde. Start at Drumfrochar Station and then stop half way at the Visitor Centre for coffee and see the exhibition.

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