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The Wallace Arch, Loudoun Hill

This arch is to commemorate the first battle Loudoun hill in 1296 when William Wallace allegedly ambushed and defeated a small convoy of English. There is some debate as to the authenticity of this story since its main source is that of 'Blind Harry' who was known to fictionalise events surrounding William Wallace. The sculpture was created in 2004 by Ayrshire artist Richard Price. Map location.

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