History articles tagged with 'James II'

Attractions to visit tagged with 'James II'

Name Town County Attraction Type Heritage Rating
Balvenie Castle Dufftown Grampian Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Cullen Cullen Grampian Village 3 Heritage Rating
Dunglass Collegiate Church Cockburnspath Lothian Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Exeter, St Martin's Church Exeter Devon Historic Church 4 Heritage Rating
Floors Castle Kelso Borders Historic House 4 Heritage Rating
Glenfinnan Monument Glenfinnan Highlands and Islands Historic Building 4 Heritage Rating
Holyrood Abbey Edinburgh Lothian Abbey 4 Heritage Rating
Kelso Abbey Kelso Borders Abbey 3 Heritage Rating
Nunnington Hall York Yorkshire Historic Building 4 Heritage Rating
Ravenscraig Castle Kirkcaldy Fife Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Royal Garrison Church Portsmouth Hampshire Historic Church 3 Heritage Rating
Traquair House Innerleithen Borders Historic House 5 Heritage Rating
Winchester Castle Winchester Hampshire Castle 4 Heritage Rating
Name Town County Attraction Type Heritage Rating
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This Scottish lord of Badenoch was murdered by Robert the Bruce in 1306

30 November, 1554

Sir Philip Sidney born

Sidney (d. 1586) was a poet, soldier, and courtier, and one of the most famous and admired men of Elizabethan England. He was killed at the Battle of Zutphen, Netherlands.

Shortly after this monarch was buried at Winchester Cathedral, the cathedral tower collapsed - a sign?

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