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Crossraguel Abbey viewed from the top of the Gatehouse

Crossraguel Abbey dates from the early 13th century. The traditional Tower House in the background of the picture dates from around 1530. The site is owned by Historic Scotland and is open to the public in the summer from March to September.

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