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    Strathkinness is a small village in Fife.

    Located a short distance to the west of the university town of St Andrews, Strathkinness is perhaps best known for being the location for the murder of Archbishop James Sharp by Covenanters in 1679. Historically Stathkinness was known for weaving, agriculture and stone quarrying and is now home to a church, village hall, various B&B’s, a pub and two large parks.

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