Inn At Lathones (By Largoward.)

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By Largoward
Inn at Lathones
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Travel Tips for Saint Andrews

Scotland's Secret Bunker

by galy

This is a jeurney back in time to the twilight world of the cold war. Scotland?s best kept secret for over 40 years: Hidden beneath a Scottish Farmhouse, a tunnel leads to Scotland?s Secret Bunker. A nuclear command bunker .This amazing underground labyrinth, built 100 feet underground, and encased in 3 metres of reinforced concrete, is where central Goverment and Military Commanders would have run the country had the UK been attacked and nuclear war broken out.

Castle Ruins

by Peterodl

Built as an episcopal residence for the bishops and archbishops of St. Andrews in the 13th century, the castle is now in ruins.
In the 1800's much of the castle was in disrepair and its materials where used in various building projects in the town such as the pier.
It is now preserved and open to visitors who pay the entrance fee.

Ravenscraig Castle, Kirkcaldy, Fife

by stevezero

Ravenscraig Castle was in the 15th c, a new type of castle, one designed to withstand the latest artillery of the time..
It was bult by James II, but he did not live to see its completion.
It was begun in 1460, near the rich trading town of Dysart, Kirkclady, overlooking the wide bay there. It consists of two massive round toweres with very thick walls, with a cross range between them.

St Andrews and the Kingdom of Fife

by stevezero

"Golf and Castles"

St Andrews is perhaps best known for being the home of golf, the old course dating back to the 16th C.
However the town is also home to Scotland's oldest university (Prince William being a current scholar)
St Andrews was developed firstly as a religous centre and was a place of pilgramage from as early as the 12th C.

"More Than Just Historic Buildings"

The town of St Andrews is situated on a wide bay. Buildings date from the 13th C to the present day, and the town is best explored on foot as most things are within walking distance.
However don't be so bedazzled by the beauty of St Andrews so as to miss the rest of Fife, as there are also lots of things to see and do in the area.


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