The Stone Walls of Holyrood Palace

“I travel because seeing photos in a brochure wasn’t good enough for me. It was to be there, that was everything.” – Wiremu Ratcliffe

Holyrood Palace is the Queen’s Official residence in Edinburgh. It has been the home to royalty for over 500 years now. It is in the east of the city centre, at the foot of the Royal Mile.

For Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge- Stone

Visitors to the palace are greeted with large fresco paintings as they go up the main stair case.

Standing next to the Palace of Holyrood is the Holyrood Abbey stone ruins, which is one of the most grand medieval abbeys in Scotland.

The gardens of the Holyrood House. Below is a stone sundial on a three tiered stone base.

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    1. TCast says:

      Thanks you Flavia. Regards, Teresa

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      1. Flavia Vinci says:

        You’re very welcome Teresa ☺️

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  1. Great pics! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  2. lolaWi says:

    absolutely gorgeous! thanks for the tour! 🙂

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    1. TCast says:

      It was my pleasure Wi!

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    These are absolutely stunning photos!

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    1. TCast says:

      Thanks so much Dan!

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