Ceres is a village in Fife, a couple of miles south east of Cupar.
Located in a small glen, this picturesque and ancient village is one of the few towns in Scotland that has a village green.
Ceres is home to the Fife Folk Museum, which occupies several well preserved buildings that date back to as early as the 17th century. The museum exhibits all manner of historical farming and agricultural paraphernalia.
The pillory that used to restrain miscreants on market days still stands at the entrance of the old burgh tolbooth, and at the village crossroads is an unusual 17th century stone carving of a man in a three-cornered hat with a toothy grin and a beer glass on his knee, said to be a depiction of a former provost.
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