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The ruins of Glenluce Abbey

Most of the Abbey Church is reduced to just the footings though the south transept and part of the presbytery are still standing. There are similarities in the architecture with other Cistercian Monasteries such as nearby Dundrennan and the Abbeys of Byland and Roche in Yorkshire.

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