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Kilmartin medieval grave slabs
Argyll and Bute - Kilmartin, Strathclyde, Scotland
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The little village of Kilmartin, Argyll, is famous for the astonishing range of prehistoric monuments nearby, but it is also home to a large collection of impressive medieval grave slabs. Some of these are exhibited in a mausoleum behind the church, while others, like these 15th and 16th century slabs, are on view in the burial ground.

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