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Mauchline is a small town 10 miles east of Ayr and is known for its connections with Scotland's National Bard, Robert Burns.

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Robert Burns lived here with his wife Jean Armour, who came from Mauchline, and there is a museum where they lived. The National Burns Memorial Tower stands to the north west of the town. Another Burns-themed sight is Poosie Nansie's tavern, associated with Burn's poem The Jolly Beggars.

The upland town of Mauchline also boasts a bank, library, golf course and a choice of public houses and hotels.
 

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Robert Burns lived here with his wife Jean Armour, who came from Mauchline, and there is a museum where they lived. The National Burns Memorial Tower stands to the north west of the town. Another Burns-themed sight is Poosie Nansie's tavern, associated with Burn's poem The Jolly Beggars.

The upland town of Mauchline also boasts a bank, library, golf course and a choice of public houses and hotels.
 

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