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Mr Monkey visits Stirling Castle

Mr Monkey trotted over across a bridge, waved Mr Rik's English Heritage card at the Historic Scotland people, and ran off to explore Stirling Castle. There's been a castle of some sort here since 1115, it was fought over several times in the Wars of Independence, turned into a royal residence by James IV, then into a palace by James V, captured by an English parliamentary army in 1651, not captured by Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1746, and turned into a barracks in the nineteenth century.

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Outer defences and palace Looking down on Stirling On the outer defences Foreworks Great Hall Chapel Royal Palace and Kitchens North Gate North Gate Nether Bailey 1 Nether Bailey 2 Outer defences
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