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Bruce Fountain, Falkland

In 1970 Falkland was made Scotland's first conservation village which means today it retains a quaint old look. The Bruce Fountain was donated to the village by Tyndall Bruce in 1856 and in 1865 the lions were added. Two of these hold the Tyndall-Bruce Arms, while the other two hold the symbol of the Royal Burgh of Falkland. In the background Lomond hill can be seen towering over the village.

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