Stirling Castle

Scotland                                                     Photos by Hetty

29th May 2019

This was a town house built in 1570 for the keeper of the castle

Stirling Castle – once a residence of Scottish kings and queens – was rebuilt in the 16th century

 

The Great Hall has been returned to its original yellow colour, which would have covered other castle buildings too. It would have been a golden sight on the top of the hill.

Great Hall

Chapel Royal

The Royal Palace

The inside of the Royal Palace has been refurbished to look as it might have done around 1540s.

This ceiling has replica Stirling Heads – the originals are in the museum

As it was a very grey and damp day, we coudn’t see the views

Great Kitchens

Argyll’s Lodging, a 17th century town house

Church of The Holy Rude near the castle

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