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Take a walk along the footpath leading to the castellated Agnew Monument, built in 1850 in memory of Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw Castle.
Discover Galloway’s Viking and Celtic connections in Kirkcolm churchyard, where these 10th century Viking Carved Stones are found.
Built in the 12th century by Norman Kings, Innermessan Mote rises above 30 feet and boasts a mesmerising history.
Overlooking the town of Langholm, this memorial takes the form of a giant metal open book and is dedicated to the poet Hugh McDiarmid.
Explore the site of two remarkably complete Neolithic burial cairns at Cairnholy, south east of Creetown.
The steep climb up to Murray’s Monument is well worth the effort, offering amazing views of Galloway and beyond.
Explore one of the most important Stone Age sites in Scotland, built in around 2500 BC and a meeting place for farming communities.
The magnificent ruins of Dunskey Castle are picturesquely perched on a rocky outcrop jutting out into the Irish Sea.
Discover the mystical Torhouse Stone Circle near Wigtown, also known as the Standing Stones of Torhouse.
Thought to date back to around AD 680, this magnificent cross is one of the most famous and elaborate Anglo-Saxon monumental sculptures.