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Glenluce Abbey
Title: Glenluce Abbey
Description: Glenluce Abbey was built around 1192 and was home to Cistercian Monks from Dundrennan Abbey. It is a fine ruin in a valley setting and is owned by Historic Scotland.
Date: August 2006
Glenluce Abbey - South Transept
Title: Glenluce Abbey - South Transept
Description: As viewed from the south, the Chapter House is on the left, with its fine windows, and the tower of the South Transept is on the right.
Date: August 2006
Glenluce Abbey - East Range Cloister
Title: Glenluce Abbey - East Range Cloister
Description: Just outside the Chapter House are the reconstructed Cloister buildings.
Date: August 2006
Glenluce Abbey - Chapter House
Title: Glenluce Abbey - Chapter House
Description: These fine windows form part of the Chapter House walls.
Date: August 2006
Glenluce Abbey - Chapter House
Title: Glenluce Abbey - Chapter House
Description: The inside of the Chapter House is the most complete part of the Abbey still standing. This view shows the fine ceiling.
Date: August 2006
Glenluce Abbey - Chapter House
Title: Glenluce Abbey - Chapter House
Description: The two windows sit either side of the Abbot's Seat.
Date: August 2006
Glenluce Abbey
Title: Glenluce Abbey
Description: This view from the north shows, from left to right, the Nave, South Transept, Cloister and the Chapter House.
Date: August 2006
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