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My Treasured Place

Below are your suggestions and comments for Treasured Place in Scotland which do not appear among the 100 images which participated in our online vote.

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Suggestions (160)

18th February, 9:38 pm

Mike Thomson, glasgow, Scotland

birnie kirk, moray

an early seat of christianity in moray. predating the final selection of elgin as the site for the cathedral. along with spynie and kinnedar, birnie tells any important part of the church's pre-reformation history in moray. it is stilll in use today and evokes the simple splendour of worship in scotland. it is small and compact, devoid of ornament inside apart fromm some very beautiful small stained glass windows. magnificent norman arch.

28th August, 10:30 am

Mike Henry, Durham

as a keen golfer, it is impossible not to be drawn to st andrews. i spend a long weekend there every year, not only playing the magnificent golf courses but spending time walking along the golden beach and wandering through all the streets and alleyways that make up this lovely town.

13th June, 3:14 pm

Jessica Holden, Newcastle

i went to edinburgh for the first time last weekend and immediately fell in love with it. the views from arthurs seat were awesome- it is well worth the climb, and i loved the hustle and bustle of the royal mile. a truely magical city.

25th April, 1:55 pm

Fiona Stapleton, Scotland

fort george. it is a fantastic place to visit, really interesting and with the most beautiful views across the moray firth where, if you're lucky, you'll see dolphins!

11th April, 10:28 am

Rowan Kane, Edinburgh

eilean donan castle

although it is fairly new, having been rebuilt from a ruin, i still think it is a magical castle in a beautiful setting.

9th April, 10:12 am

Louise Blake, Edinburgh

kelvingrove art gallery and museum, glasgow- i visited for the first time at the weekend and was mesmerised by its beauty and magnitude.

23rd December, 3:57 pm

kirstymccuaig, lochgilphead

kilmory castle

12th December, 4:03 pm

Irene Dahl, Hamilton,Scotland

Mausoleum. Hamilton

12th December, 4:02 pm

Irene Dahl, Hamilton,Scotland

Chatelherault Hamilton

10th December, 12:48 pm

Claire Casey, Paisley

My treasured place has to be the Paisley Abbey. It's so quiet and peaceful and it also has so much history. I have been facinated by it's history and architecture ever since I was a kid.

9th December, 1:07 pm

kirsty, glasgow

mackintosh building

7th December, 6:43 pm

Ronald Boyd, Troon

Cupar Old and St Michael of Tarvit Parish church.

My Place Highlights

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Eilean Donan Castle

Fort George

Arthur's Seat 

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