The Master of Bruce - The eldest son of the eldest son of the Earl of Elgin, the Hon. James Bruce, holds the 14th-centtury sword of Robert the Bruce by the King's tomb in Dunfermline Abbey. The brass effigy of 1889 is set in a great slab of porphryy, reputedly from the tomb of Constantine I, given to the 7th Earl by Ottoman Sultan Selim III, and brought to Scotland in 1802.
Isle Of Sky-Wild Eyed Southern Celt's
The Sword of William Wallace @ The National Wallace Monument in Stirling, Scotland
Tower of London | England
The Aberlemno Serpent Stone. This is an example of stone sculpture/carving by the Picts, a group of people who lived in what is now North and East Scotland in the Late Iron Age and Early Medieval periods. The other side has prehistoric markings on it.
Mary King's Close. The most haunted street in Edinburg, Scotland is underground...sealed up from the world and frozen in time. Walk the street if you dare!