Fyvie is a village on the River Ythan eight miles south of Turriff in Aberdeenshire, known for its impressive castle.
Fyvie Castle is a fortress palace dating from the 14th century. A National Trust for Scotland property, the castle is open to visitors during the summer months, with the grounds and gardens, including an 18th century walled garden, open all year round.
Visitors to Fyvie can also see St. Peter's Church, which has three Pictish symbol stones and a Pictish cross.
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