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    Lanark is a historic market town in the Clyde Valley and is one of the oldest royal burghs in Scotland.

    Lanark was granted its royal charter by David I in the 12th century and two centuries prior to that it became home to the first Scottish parliament. St Nicholas Parish Church at the bottom of the high street has what is believed to be one of the oldest church bells in the world. The Lanark Museum tell the story of a town whose annual highlight is Lanimer Day in June when the old burgh boundaries are checked and the Lanimer Queen is crowned in this well-established custom.   

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