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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Tour Glamis Churchyard Angus Scotland

Spent this morning in the village of Glamis. Tour Glamis Churchyard Angus, Scotland. All that remains standing of the original medieval parish church of Glamis is the 15th century S transept, the remainder having been taken down in 1792 when the present church was built. The burial ground may formerly have been much larger, and relics of burials have been found to the West of the church and beneath the road that runs between the church and the Manse.

Daffodils at Glamis Castle, Angus, Scotland.

Glamis Pictish Stone in April in Scotland. A Class II Pictish cross-slab stands in the Manse garden at Glamis.

A Highland Cow at Glamis in April in Scotland.

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