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Ceres - Fife Folk Museum
Title: Ceres - Fife Folk Museum
Description: Ceres is a small village south of Cupar regularly noted as one of the most attractive in Scotland, orginally on the main road from Kirkcaldy to St Andrews. This view shows the Fife Folk Museum which opened in 1968 and has interesting personal collections from around Fife.
Date: August 2006
Ceres - Fife Folk Museum
Title: Ceres - Fife Folk Museum
Description: The Museum is housed in a number of small buildings. This view shows the main entrance.
Date: August 2006
Ceres - Fife Folk Museum
Title: Ceres - Fife Folk Museum
Description: This fine door is part of the Fife Folk Museum. Note the carving above the door.
Date: August 2006
Ceres
Title: Ceres
Description: A typical street in Ceres.
Date: August 2006
Ceres - The Provost
Title: Ceres - The Provost
Description: This stone carving is named 'The Provost' after Thomas Buchanan who was the minister of Ceres from 1578-99.
Date: August 2006
Ceres - Parish Church
Title: Ceres - Parish Church
Description: The Parish Church was built in 1805 and contains a 15th century statue of a Knight.
Date: August 2006
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