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Holyroodhouse Palace

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Holyrood Road, City of Edinburgh, EH8 8AE

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Holyroodhouse Palace - Edinburgh - Reviews of Holyroodhouse Palace - TripAdvisor
The guide was very enthusiastic, often hinted of the very colourful events and lives of the people that lived there. It rubbed off on us. The palace doesn't quite fit with what you would e...
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Holyroodhouse Palace, Edinburgh - Reviews of Holyroodhouse Palace - IgoUgo
Holyrood Palace, sometimes called Holyroodhouse, is the Queen’s official residence when in Edinburgh. On one trip to Edinburgh, we could not go to visit Holyrood because one of the members of the royal family was in residence at “the wee house” as one server at a restaurant explained. A visito...
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Holyroodhouse Palace, Edinburgh, United Kingdom : Reviews of Holyroodhouse Palace - Yahoo! Travel
Built by James IV, Holyrood has traditionally been a favourite stopping-off point for monarchs travelling to and from Balmoral. The Monarch is strongly associated ...
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Latest reviews of Holyroodhouse Palace, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
You view lots of interesting rooms including Mary Queen of Scots bed chamber which is very historical. What's more the guides ...
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Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh - Edinburgh venue review - Itchy Edinburgh Guide
At the foot of the Royal Mile, the second most historic building in the city is usually Queen Liz's gaff for one week in July. Visitors are welcome at other times in the year to see the splendid seventeenth century apartments where Mary, Queen of Scots,...
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Palace of Holyroodhouse (palace, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom) --Britannica Online Encyclopedia
...of solid ground at the foot of the volcanic crag and tail, was founded in 1128 and rebuilt about 1220. The ruins of the nave are impressive examples of the bold, imaginative work of the period. The Palace of Holyroodhouse, which shouldered the abbey aside, comprises an early 16th-century wing, bu...
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Palace of Holyroodhouse | Scotland Attraction Guide | iExplore.com
in the city. James IV added the palace to the abbey during his stay from 1488 to 1513 and his successor, James V, added two massive towers during the early part of the 16th century. The residence has a rich history and was also the home of Mary, Queen of Scots who spent a turbulent time there from 1...
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iExplore Community: Holyrood Palace - Edinburgh, Scotland
Holyrood Palace, sometimes called Holyroodhouse, is the Queens official residence when in Edinburgh. On one trip to Edinburgh, we could not go to visit Holyrood because one of the members of the royal family was in residence at the wee house as one server at a restaurant explained. A visitor may ...
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Holyrood- Edinburgh, United Kingdom - VirtualTourist.com
At the bottom of the Royal Mile, opposite end of the old town from Edinburgh Castle, is the Palace of Holyroodhouse, built in the 16th century by James IV next to the abbey that was built by David I in the 12th century. You can still visit the ruins of the hauntingly beautiful Abbey but only the nor...
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Holyroodhouse Tearooms - Edinburgh - Eat & drink
Can't say I've ever visited Holyroodhouse Palace and Abbey - leave that one to the tourists and the Queen when she's in town. But can say the tearooms are worth a look-in. Good selection of hot dishes, including very fine soups, also cakes and sandwiches, a variety of drinks - hot and cold. Bit pric...
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Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh
This legend is the origin of the name Holyrood. The Abbey church, now in ruins, was a noble structure in the Norman and Early English styles of architecture. The choir and transepts were demolished at the Reformation, and the stones used to rebuild the nave, which was thereafter used as the church -...
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