Sunday, 2 July 2017
Tour Scotland Video Sunday Drive Into St Andrews Fife
Tour Scotland video of a Sunday drive from Boarhills North on the A917 road on ancestry visit into to St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. St Andrews was an early ecclesiastical settlement associated with relics of St Andrew, it grew in importance with the founding of the St Regulus Church, a priory in the 12th Century and finally a grandiose cathedral, all of which eclipsed the Celtic settlement of St Mary on the Rock. The monastic establishment renowned as a seat of learning was the precursor of the university. With a growing university attracting scholars and students of a high calibre.
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