Places in My Postcard

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Stirling Castle was first mentioned in 1110. Stirling Castle is one of the most important castles in Scotland. Having been either the home, the birth place, or the death place of almost every single Scottish Monarch including Mary Queen of Scots. The castle is located North West of Edinburgh and North East of Glasgow. It has been under siege many times in many different wars including the Scottish Wars of Independence (Oxford University Press, 2019). Outside of the castle there is a statue of William Wallace as he fought in the Battle of Stirling Bridge in the Scottish Wars of Independence (Britannica, 2019).

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