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Dundrennan Abbey
Title: Dundrennan Abbey
Description: Dundrennan Abbey is situated in a wooded valley near the Solway Firth coast. Originally a Cistercian Abbey founded by David I, it was famously visited by Mary, Queen of Scots on her last night in Scotland. It is linked with its neighbour, Sweetheart Abbey and is owned by Historic Scotland.
Date: August 2006
Dundrennan Abbey
Title: Dundrennan Abbey
Description: The grave stones highlight the size of the Transept walls.
Date: August 2006
Dundrennan Abbey
Title: Dundrennan Abbey
Description: This view shows the site of the Choir which once stood below the Abbey tower (now missing) with the Transept walls forming the backdrop.
Date: August 2006
Dundrennan Abbey
Title: Dundrennan Abbey
Description: This panoramic view taken from the West Range shows, from left to right, the Transepts, Presbytery and the Sacristy. The Nave is to the left of the wall in the foreground with the Cloister to the right. The small building on the far right is the Chapter-House.
Date: August 2006
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