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The seat of government for James 1st who was slain at Blackfriars monastry. His Queen Joan fled with her son the six year old King James 2nd to Edinburgh, which became the seat thereafter. A couple of generations on and King James 4th was held captive in Huntingtower Castle for ten months.

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Centre for the largest cattle tyrst in the country, as a result many drove roads lead to Crieff.The town was rebuilt after the first Jabobite rebellion by the Duke of Perth. Whose seat Drummond castle has historic formal gardens open to the public that are featured on the cover of this guide.

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An historic village with nearby, the Chapel at Tullibardine stands alone but was once in the shadows of a mighty castle now gone. The oldest library in the country is hidden deep in the open countryside at Innerpeffray, with a collection of rare and historic books.

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Known as the eathquake centre of Britian for more tremors have been recorded here than anywhere else in the UK. One of the first seismic recorders was established here in the 1880's. Nearby may be the site of the battle of Mons Graupius in which the Roman army defeated the Caledonians who lost 10,000 men.

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Named after the saint whose arm bone was carried in a silver shrine by the Dewar brothers at Bannockburn.

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An excellent centre for watersports, with a few hotels along the shore.

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Bonnie Strathyre with its 200 year old Inn also has two other hotels and a few houses and cottages set amidst forestry below Ben Shean.

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The Dreadnought hotel was built by MacNab of MacNab in his 62nd year in 1802. A local laird and perhaps one of the last true highland chieftains.

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The Scottish Antique and Art Centre is located below Doune Lodge in open farmland a mile or two out of the village.

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A cathedral town which the Duke of Cumberland visited en-route to Culloden. During his time here a serving girl poured boiling oil out of an upstairs window hitting his horse but missing the Duke.

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Site of an important Roman fort, the largest in Scotland. Abandoned in 163AD and has never enjoyed the recognition it deserves. Even Queen Victoria who visited in 1842 stayed in her carriage while Prince Albert examined the site.

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A popular town next door to Gleneagles, that supports a range of fine retailers, galleries and hotels.

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Once an important junction with six ancient routes all converging here. The Dupplin Cross dates back to Pictish times when nearby Forteviot was the capital of Scotland.

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An old drove road through the Ochills that leads into Kinross-shire, with a landmark Inn.

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A small community with a famous pottery and jewellery producer.

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The county town and home to the Adam family of architects whose family still llive at the estate they acquired. Loch Leven was the famous prison for Mary Queen of Scots who had a misscariage and later escaped and fled to England.

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The ancient field systems of crooked rigs can still be seen here, in this little settlement. Nearby Burleigh Castle sits right next to the road.

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A wooded steep sided glen, with a famous Inn, well known for it's music and live gigs.

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Elcho castle sits next to the shore of the river Tay in a sleepy farmyard.

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John Knox preached at St John's kirk after his exile and the caused riots and the reformation started here. This fine city has good hotels, galleries and many great shops. It fell to Cromwell and the Royalists, suffered from plague, fell to the Jacobites and is often called the 'Fair City' after Scott's novel, 'The fair maid of Perth'. John Buchan was born here, author of 'The 39 steps'.

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The 'Stone of Destiny' was here for centuries and witnessed the crowning of many Scottish kings. The Palace, seat of the Earl of Mansfield, is open to the public.

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Another famous Inn with a great musical tradition in this typical small Perthshire village.

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On the banks of the Tay and Isla both famous salmon rivers stands a grand country house hotel. The famous Meikleour hedge, the tallest in the world and featured in the Guiness Book of Records runs along the road-side, planted in 1745.

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The second largest town in Perthshire with many specialist retailers, restaurants, antique dealers, galleries and much else.

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Set amidst the rolling farmland this rural settlement has a Log Cabin hotel and was the site of the raising of Mar's standard at the start of the 1715 rebellion.

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They say that if the fairies like you you will return here. An ancient junction and still the highest mountain pass in the country leads to the ski centre.

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A narrow road takes you along this pretty Angus glen.

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A market town with ancient packhorse bridge, and a landmark hotel with opulent interiors.

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Famous for it's collection of Pictish stones housed in the kirk.

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A busy centre for the agricultural hinterland.

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The home of the first Scottish Antiques centre, a grouping of independant dealers under one roof.

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Fruit, berries and wine come from here.

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Another antique village in converted estate steadings in the open country.

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The Carse is a fertile basin along-side the mighty river Tay, this village has another antique shop a pub and hotel. Kinnoul hill rises as you approach Perth and the area looks like the Rhine or Moselle valleys.

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The little gem of a National Trust garden on the outskirts of the fair city.

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