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Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Title: Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Description: Dunfermline Abbey was originally a great Benedictine Abbey founded by Queen Margaret in the 11th century. Robert the Bruce was buried in the Abbey choir. The remains of the Royal Palace can be seen in the foreground. The Palace dates from the 16th century when it was built for King James VI at the time when Dunfermline was the capital of Scotland. On the left is the clock tower of the City Chambers.
Date: August 2001
Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Title: Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Description: The remains of the Royal Palace can clearly be seen in this view which shows the extent of the building at this important Scottish historical site.
Date: May 2001
Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Title: Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Description: Seen from Pittencrieff Park, the Palace walls make an imposing sight.
Date: May 2001
Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Title: Dunfermline Abbey & Palace
Description: This view shows the inside of the Royal Palace.
Date: May 1989
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