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Photographs Of Clackmannan Scotland
Clackmannan is a small town in the Clackmannanshire area of Scotland. It was formerly the county town of the county of Clackmannan. The name of the town refers to the Stone of Mannan, a pre-Christian monument which can be seen in the town square, beside the tolbooth (which dates from the 16th century). During the 12th century, the area formed part of the lands controlled by the abbots of Cambuskenneth. Later it became associated with the Bruce family. During the 14th century they built a strategic castle tower, which survives to this day.
Clackmannan and the Ochils: An Illustrated Architectural Guide (RIAS Series of Illustrated Architectural Guides to Scotland) An illustrated architectural guide to Clackmannan and the Ochils with its rich heritage of early woollen mills and mill villages. Coal and silver mines and the largest surviving tannery in Scotland coexist with the finest tower houses in Scotland, Clackmannan, Castle Campbell and Sauchie.
Lomond, Trossachs, Stirling and... Clackmannan Walks (Pathfinder Guide).
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