Holyrood Abbey is standing here, you can feel the desolation of history, the magnificence and craftsmanship of the building, it is a scenic spot worth visiting, you can rent an explainer, it is very good, there are many gravel roads, Sports shoes first~
Holyrood Abbey is right next to Holyrood Palace. Now many buildings in the monastery have been abandoned, leaving only ruined walls, which has a sense of historical vicissitudes.
It’s incredible that after so many years, the ruins of Holyrood Abbey are still there. When the sun shines on the ruins, even those who do not understand art will act as professional photographers to take photos, James V Once crowned here
Holyrood Palace was built by James V in 1498. The predecessor of Holyrood Palace was Holy Rood Abbey. There are still some remains in the palace, most of which were built in the 12th-13th century (introduced separately). There have been many incidents in the history of Holyrood Palace. The most famous one is Queen Mary of Scots (Queen Mary). Queen Mary was known as the most beautiful woman at the time. She lost her throne in a mutiny shortly after her third marriage, and finally conspired to the throne of England. Was put to death.
One of the great pleasures of such places is counting the number of wedding dresses. The church is really beautiful, after years of baptism, it is more charming