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      • Monuments / Landmarks (6)
      • Glasgow, United Kingdom (3)
      • Kelso, United Kingdom (3)
      • Giffnock, United Kingdom (3)
      • Outdoors & Recreation (2)
      • Cafés (2)
      • Performing Arts Venues (2)
      • Saint Abbs, United Kingdom (2)
      • Parks (2)
      • Museums (1)
      • City of Westminster, United Kingdom (1)
      • Woodlands, Glasgow, United Kingdom (1)
      • Berwick, United Kingdom (1)
      • London, United Kingdom (1)
      • Bellahouston, Glasgow, United Kingdom (1)
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      Rouken Glen ParkAugust 16, 2011
      Park
      • Giffnock, United Kingdom

      The walled garden is in the grounds of the former manor, Birkenshaw house. It was planned and planted by Walter Crum, as part of the program of landscaping in the estate undertaken between 1852-1893.

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      Rouken Glen ParkAugust 16, 2011
      Park
      • Giffnock, United Kingdom

      The park takes its name from the old "Rockandmyll" or Rock End Meal Mill used by farmers to grind their grain from the 12th to 19th Century. Read more

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      Centenary StoneAugust 16, 2011
      Landmark
      • Giffnock, United Kingdom

      This stone commemorates the centenary of Rouken Glen Park (1906-2006)

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      Kelso BridgeJuly 24, 2011
      Building
      • Kelso, United Kingdom

      Kelso Town Trail available as a PDF for download Read more

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      Kelso BridgeJuly 24, 2011
      Building
      • Kelso, United Kingdom

      Part of the Kelso Town Trail, guide available from the Town Hall in Market Square or online. Read more

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      RNLI St Abbs Lifeboat StationJuly 24, 2011
      Harbor / Marina
      • Saint Abbs, United Kingdom

      The St Abbs lifeboat station was originally opened in 1911. The station now operates an inshore B class Atlantic 75 lifeboat. Read more

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      RNLI St Abbs Lifeboat StationJuly 24, 2011
      Harbor / Marina
      • Saint Abbs, United Kingdom

      Support the work of the RNLI, the charity that saves lives at sea. Find out more and make a one-off or regular donation online. Read more

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      Lindisfarne CastleJuly 21, 2011
      Historic Site
      • Berwick, United Kingdom

      The castle was built in 1550, around the time Lindisfarne Priory went out of use, stones from the priory were used as building material. It was refurbished by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1901 [Wikipedia]. Read more

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      St Mary's ChurchJuly 21, 2011
      Church
      • United Kingdom

      Visit the church to see Fenwick Lawson's powerful sculpture "Cuthbert's Journey" [Wikipedia link to Lawson]. Read more

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      Kelso BridgeJuly 19, 2011
      Building
      • Kelso, United Kingdom

      Elegant 19th century turnpike bridge. The five span bridge which crosses the River Tweed at the entrance to the medieval burgh of Kelso was designed by John Rennie and constructed between 1800-03. Read more

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      Floors CastleJuly 19, 2011
      Landmark
      • Kelso, United Kingdom

      The castle was remodelled In the 19th century (1837-47) for the 6th Duke by Scotland's leading architect, William Playfair. Playfair created a roofscape of turrets, pinnacles and cupolas. Read more

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      Floors CastleJuly 19, 2011
      Landmark
      • Kelso, United Kingdom

      Floors Castle was originally built the 1st Duke of Roxburghe, in 1721 by William Adam and is situated on a natural terrace overlooking the River Tweed and facing the Cheviot Hills. Read more

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      Floors CastleJuly 19, 2011
      Landmark
      • Kelso, United Kingdom

      The castle featured in the 1984 film "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes".

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      National GalleryNovember 8, 2010
      Art Museum
      • London, United Kingdom

      Room 34: Turner's "The Fighting Téméraire tugged to her last Berth ", voted the nations favorite art gallery painting in 2005 by Radio 4's Today programme. Read more

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      Nelson's ColumnNovember 8, 2010
      Landmark
      • London, United Kingdom

      The monument was constructed between 1840-1843 and commemorates the death of Admiral Nelson at Trafalgar in 1805. The 4 bronze lions on the base were added in 1867. It is 169ft 3ins high [Wikipedia]. Read more

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      BALTIC Centre for Contemporary ArtOctober 15, 2010
      Art Gallery
      • Gateshead, United Kingdom

      Very powerful Anselm Kiefer exhibition, one of Europe's foremost post-war artists. The Exhibition spans 40 years of his work and includes the 2006 installation Palmsonntag (8 Oct - 16 Jan 2011).

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      Sonny And VitosJune 6, 2010
      Café
      • United Kingdom

      Highly recommend the homemade and warm fruit scones. Delicious, especially with raspberry jam and a latte!

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      King's TheatreApril 29, 2010
      Theater
      • Glasgow, United Kingdom

      The National Theatre of Scotland presents a brand new version of Peter Pan for 2010, the 150th anniversary of the birth of JM Barrie (23/04 - 08/05/2010). Read more

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      Theatre RoyalApril 23, 2010
      Theater
      • Glasgow, United Kingdom

      Scottish Ballet presents a powerful modern retelling of Shakespeare’s masterpiece, created by Dutch National Ballet resident choreographer Krzysztof Pastor and set in Italy (17-24 April 2010). Read more

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      Art Lovers CaféMarch 28, 2010
      Café
      • Glasgow, United Kingdom

      Excellent venue with good food but definitely recommend booking in advance to ensure you get a table. It's worth taking a tour of the house itself and if the weather is nice, the walled garden. Read more

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