The tomb and legend of Bobby, a loyal dog. John Gray is said to be a night policeman in the old city of Edinburgh who died on February 15, 1858 and was buried in Greyfriars Kirkyard (kirkyard = cemetery). Before his death, he had a dog named Bobby-Bobby. John and Bobby were inseparable. After the death of his master, Bobby was so sad that he stayed by his gravestone day and night for 14 years until his death. Edinburgh's hottest monthly average temperature in summer is not higher than 15 degrees Celsius; winter is cold and rainy, with snow and strong winds, loyal dogs never leave for a day. Bobby died on February 14, 1872. It's just one day ahead of its owner's day of sacrifice. According to the regulations at that time, Bobby could not be buried next to his master, but for his loyalty, the cemetery specifically allowed him to be buried near the entrance of the master's cemetery. Nowadays, the tomb of the loyal dog has become a popular attraction; on the contrary, no one knows where the owner's tomb is. If you want to visit the Mausoleum of Bobby, it's near the National Museum of Scotland.
Just around the corner of the elephant cafe, it's very obvious that wiping the nose is said to bring good luck, so the nose is touched and shining. Everyone likes this story. The dog's nose is touched and shining. After listening to its story, I was moved. I went to the grave to see it specially. Many people from all over the country couldn't help looking at this heartbreaking little fellow.
The statue was built by Edinburghers in memory of Bobby, a dog loyal to its owner. Another man's story of dog's love is touching to listen to. I went to the graveyard of Graffiti Church and saw a very beautiful church cemetery, not a trace of gloom, but full of autumn strong romantic atmosphere, it is a bit strange.
Bobby is a famous dog in Edinburgh. A statue of a hound named Barbie has been erected in Gravelle Square in Edinburgh, Scotland. There is a famous Scottish Cemetery near the statue of Barbie the Faithful Dog. One of them is the tomb of Jack, the owner of Barbie. It is said that after Jack, Barbie has been guarding his grave in the cold. This legend has also been filmed in the film The Legend of Barbie the Faithful Dog.
Moving story! Think about how my prince will do when I get old? Ha
Bobby Monument is similar to Bagong, a Japanese dog. Before going there, it's worth knowing history or stories. Otherwise, it's just a statue. It's better to visit the cemetery next to you. When looking at the statue, it's better not to wipe Bobby's nose. The so-called good luck is false.