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This busy market town is the setting for one of the biggest cattle markets in Scotland. The town's history is linked to William Wallace, the 13C Scottish nationalist leader. Lanark also has what is believed to be Scotland's oldest racing trophy, the Silver Bell.

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  • St Bride's Church

    Laggan Road GB - Douglas ML11

    At the heart of a district of medieval streets and wynds stands St Bride's Church with its octagonal bell-tower. The choir-stand is all that remains of the 14C building. There are some interesting medieval tombs containing the remains of the Earls of..

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  • Douglas

    GB - Douglas

    The capital of the island has retained its unarguable originality in the face of the British resorts, the long line of Victorian and Edwardian hotels along the sea, and the sandy bay. Behind the seafront, the Manx Museum has some fine early Christian..

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  • The Robertson Arms Hotel

    10-16 Main Street, Carwath GB - Carnwath ML11 8JZ

    Situated in the conservation village of Carnwath, The Robertson Arms Hotel features free parking, a fine dining restaurant, and a bistro with a beer garden. It is just over 30 miles from both Edinburgh and Glasgow. This traditional and family run pr..

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