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Linlithgow Palace (Linlithgow, Scotland)


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    • found: Work cat.: Tabraham, Chris. Linlithgow Palace, 2004.
    • found: Historic Scotland WWW Home page, Oct. 25, 2004(The magnificent ruins of Linlithgow Palace are set in a park beside a loch. All of the Stewart kings lived here, and numerous renovations to the palace's grand facades and chambers were carried out as each sought to create the ideal modern palace. The birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.)
    • found: Gaz. for Scot. WWW Home page, Oct. 25, 2004(One of the most magnificent of Scotland's ancient monuments, Linlithgow Palace stands on a premontory jutting into Linlithgow Loch ... The Palace was a royal residence from the 12th to the late 16th century ... Among those born at the Palace were King James V (1512) and Mary, Queen of Scots (1542).)
    • found: Johnston's gaz. of Scot., 1973(... on eminence above the Loch is the ruin of Linlithgow Palace (a national monument) largely rebuilt by James IV and James V; was the birthplace of James V and Mary, Queen of Scots.)
    • found: Collins encyc. of Scot., 2000(One of the most magnificent and visible of Scotland's ancient monuments ... There was a royal manor house on the site from the time of David I ... It was James I who initiated the building of the present Palace in 1425, James III and James IV in turn made alterations and additions ... Charles I was the last monarch to stay here, which he did briefly in 1633 ... Prince Charles Edward Stewart rested in the decaying Palace for a night on his way to Edinburgh in 1745.)
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