Monumento a William Wallace, Escocia. #escocia #travel #viajar

Monumento a William Wallace, Escocia

Monumento a William Wallace, Escocia. #escocia #travel #viajar

Monumento de Wallace, Escocia                              …

Monumento de Wallace, Escocia …

Castillo de Stirling, Escocia (dun deagh / flickr)

Castillo de Stirling, Escocia (dun deagh / flickr)

Linlithgow Palace . Scotland A royal manor existed on the site in the 12th century.[1] This was replaced by a fortification known as 'the Peel', built in the 14th century by English forces under Edward I. The site of the manor made it an ideal military base for securing the supply routes between Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle. The English fort was begun in March 1302 under the supervision of two priests, Richard de Wynepol and Henry de Graundeston.

Linlithgow Palace . Scotland A royal manor existed on the site in the 12th century.[1] This was replaced by a fortification known as 'the Peel', built in the 14th century by English forces under Edward I. The site of the manor made it an ideal military base for securing the supply routes between Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle. The English fort was begun in March 1302 under the supervision of two priests, Richard de Wynepol and Henry de Graundeston.

Mary, Queen of Scots was born in December 1542 in Linlithgow Palace, the only child of James V of Scotland and his wife, Mary of Guise. When she was six days old her father died and she became queen. Her mother acted as regent in her stead. At just five years of age Mary was betrothed to Henry VIII's son, Edward. But her Catholic guardians were opposed to the match and took the young Mary to Stirling Castle, breaking the agreement. Henry ordered a series of savage raids into Scotland

Mary, Queen of Scots was born in December 1542 in Linlithgow Palace, the only child of James V of Scotland and his wife, Mary of Guise. When she was six days old her father died and she became queen. Her mother acted as regent in her stead. At just five years of age Mary was betrothed to Henry VIII's son, Edward. But her Catholic guardians were opposed to the match and took the young Mary to Stirling Castle, breaking the agreement. Henry ordered a series of savage raids into Scotland

astley castillo actualización "por Witherford watson mann arquitectos, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, Inglaterra

astley castillo actualización "por Witherford watson mann arquitectos, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, Inglaterra

Castillo Stirling #Escocia

Castillo Stirling #Escocia

Pasaje entre los patios interiores del Castillo de Stirling en Escocia

Pasaje entre los patios interiores del Castillo de Stirling en Escocia

Murallas del Castillo de Stirling en Escocia

Murallas del Castillo de Stirling en Escocia

Patio de la entrada al Castillo de Stirling en las Lowlands de Escocia

Patio de la entrada al Castillo de Stirling en las Lowlands de Escocia

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