Stirling & Falkirk Scotland

Stirling Falkirk Scotland two areas close together with many battles won and lost. With famous names in history of Robert the Bruce and William Wallace, Bonny Prince Charlie and the Jacobites.  Stirling with a castle like Edinburgh Castle standing on a volcanic plug overlooking the city. Tales of Kings and Queens battles and sieges. The National Wallace Monument and Stirling Bridge. Cambuskenneth Abbey with the Kings tomb, the old Jail and Rob Roy MacGregor. Falkirk and the Barge lift (Falkirk Wheel) a first in engineering and transport. The Helix Park and the sculpted heads of the Kelpies the largest equine sculptures in the world. Bannockburn between the two where Scotland gained its independence under Robert the Bruce at the Battle of Bannockburn when defeating the English in 1314.

 Kelpies Falkirk Scotland

kelpies Falkirk Stirling Scotland

Stirling Castle Scotland

Stirling Castle Scotland

 Visitor Centre Bannockburn Scotland

Robert the Bruce Bannockburn Stirling Falkirk Scotland

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