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1 Dryburgh Abbey

This beautiful border abbey is situated right by the River Tweed. The graceful ruins, stone carvings, and painted plasterworks give a fascinating glimpse into the past and lives of the monks who once lived at the Abbey. Look out for the final resting place of author Sir Walter Scott and reputedly one of Scotland’s most ancient trees, the Dryburgh Yew.

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