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Main Gate into the ruin of Mars Wark Stirling Castle Ancient

Main Gate into the ruin of Mars Wark Stirling Castle Ancient

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Castle Mar's Wark ruins, near Stirling, Scotland built 1569. I love the greenery growing out of the 2nd story!

From the upper level you can look below to the different rooms well what's left of them anyway. It is all very full of bottles carelessly tossed in by ...

mar's wark in the historic old town of stirling scotland uk - Stock Image

mar's wark in the historic old town of stirling scotland uk

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house, Mars Wark, at Castle Wynd.

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City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house, Mars Wark, at Castle Wynd.

Mar's Wark (Stirling) - 2019 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

Mar's Wark is a ruined building on St John Street, Stirling, Scotland built by John Erskine, Regent of Scotland and Earl of Mar, and now in the care of ...

mars wark in stirling

Renaissance mansion Mar's Wark built by The Earl of Mar at the head of Castle Wynd in Stirling Scotland

Ruin of town residence for John, Earl of Mar who was hereditary Govenor of Stirling

Ruin of Mars Wark on Castle Wynd, Old Town of Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom,

Mar's Work Stirling in the present day

Mar's Wark (a ruined building in Stirling built in 1570–1572 by John Erskine

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City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house, Mars Wark, at Castle Wynd.

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Mar's Wark. These distinctive windowless and roofless ruins are the stark remains of

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house,

Winter sun illuminates Mar's Wark, the ruined stone walls of the 1570s house of John Erskine, Earl of Mar, in the cobbled streets of Stirling Old Town

The Ruin of Mars Wark on Castle Wynd, City of Stirling, Scotland. -

Mar's Wark, Castle Ruins: Mar's Wark

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house,

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Ornate sculpted coat of arms, Mar's Wark, Stirling, Central Region, Scotland,

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Mar's Wark, ruined building in Stirling. - Stock Image

Ruin of Mars Wark on Castle Wynd, Old Town of Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland

M05 Mars Wark at the top of Broad Street Stirling.

Mar's Wark, Stirling: gateway (© Martin Coventry)

Mar's Wark, Stirling (Beattie, 1838)

Mar's Wark which fronts the kirk yard of the Church of the Holy Rude. royalty. Stirling ...

Mar's Wark: Mars Wark

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Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Mar's Wark

A defensive ditch on and bridge at Craignethan Castle.

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Right, so, this is back in Stirling proper, walking up the hill towards the castle. It's the facade of a 16th-century townhouse built for the Earl of Mar, ...

Mar's Wark, Castle Ruins: Mar's Wark

Mar's Wark, Castle Ruins: Mar's Wark

A general view of Stirling Castle. Unicorn tapestries on display in the ...

Mar's Wark Mars Place Stirling

A portcullis at Stirling Castle in Scotland. A portcullis is a kind of heavy vertically-opening gate typically found in medieval fortifications, ...

An exterior view of the intricately carved royal palace at Stirling Castle.

The most prominent of the hills is known as Carly (Witches) Crag. In the 18th century a minister at Logie is said to have spotted a cloven hoofed Devil ...

Stirling Castle - It was known as the key to Scotland. With it's bloody history

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Mar's Wark, Castle Ruins: Mar's Wark

Cooling Castle, UK

Gatehouse yett, Stirling Castle by kim traynor, via Geograph

Mar's Wark

Warwick Castle Gatehouse ~ Warwickshire, England Castle Gate, Castle Doors, Castle Ruins,

The gate of Ceret

Once again using my trusty copy of DESIRE LINES as reference, I set off towards the castle ...

On arriving at the Witches Craig Caravan and Camping Park you are given a wee brochure that explains the reason for campsites name.

Courtesy of Stirling Council http://bit.ly/1XpNoPr

James IV Great Hall

A general view of Doune Castle.

The Kings Old Building.

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Mars Wark.

Crossing the street once again and to the rear of the Church of the Holy Rude and Mars Wark is a cemetery with amazing views of Stirling and beyond.

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Mar's Wark: Church of the Holy Rude (print 1936)

An exterior view of Bothwell Castle, nestled among trees on the River Clyde.

The vast Great Hall, which dates from the end of the Middle Ages, has been restored to its medieval glory. Built by James IV in 1503, it was converted to a ...

The main entrance to the Monument and the Keepers Lodge.

The Castles frontage created by James IV

A view of the reconstructed Stirling Heads in a chamber at Stirling Castle.

Historic photograph of two men in uniform in front of the gate at Mar's Wark in

Stirling Castle Gates

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Unicorn tapestries on display in the sumptuously refurbished royal palace at Stirling Castle.

A view of an interior room at Linlithgow Palace.

A detailed of a carved wooden room divider on display at Stirling Castle.

Stirling Castle, Scotland

The most prominent of the hills is known as Carly (Witches) Crag. In the 18th century a minister at Logie is said to have spotted a cloven hoofed Devil ...

Mar's Wark Image

Many important events from Scotland's past took place at Stirling Castle, including the violent murder of the eighth Earl of Douglas by James II in 1452.

Holy Rude means Holy Cross and this church is reputed to be the only church in the United Kingdom other than Westminster Abbey to have held a coronation.

King Robert ordered that the castle be slighted....to prevent it being used by the English again should they make moves North again.

Stirling Castle.

Robert the Bruce still stands guard over the Castle.

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The Grand Battery.

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Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Stirling Castle. Situated upon a volcanic crag, Stirling Castle dominated the road north. Other than the North Gate none of the remains visible today are ...

The Bannock Burn. Modern drainage means the Bannock Burn is shallower than in 1314 but the steep banks make it clear how difficult it would have been for ...

A distant view of Stirling Castle at sunset.

From the upper level you can look below to the different rooms well what's left of them anyway. It is all very full of bottles carelessly tossed in by ...

Castle Mar's Wark ruins, near Stirling, Scotland built 1569. I love the greenery growing out of the 2nd story!

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house, Mars Wark, at Castle Wynd.

mar's wark in the historic old town of stirling scotland uk - Stock Image

mar's wark in the historic old town of stirling scotland uk

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Main Gate into the ruin of Mar's Wark./ Stirling Castle

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house, Mars Wark, at Castle Wynd.

Ruin of Mars Wark on Castle Wynd, Old Town of Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom,

Mar's Wark (Stirling) - 2019 All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos) - TripAdvisor

Mar's Wark is a ruined building on St John Street, Stirling, Scotland built by John Erskine, Regent of Scotland and Earl of Mar, and now in the care of ...

Near Stirling castle Mar's Wark

Ruin of town residence for John, Earl of Mar who was hereditary Govenor of Stirling

mars wark in stirling

Renaissance mansion Mar's Wark built by The Earl of Mar at the head of Castle Wynd in Stirling Scotland

Mar's Work Stirling in the present day

Mar's Wark (a ruined building in Stirling built in 1570–1572 by John Erskine

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City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house, Mars Wark, at Castle Wynd.

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house,

Mars Wark, Stirling, Scotland

Winter sun illuminates Mar's Wark, the ruined stone walls of the 1570s house of John Erskine, Earl of Mar, in the cobbled streets of Stirling Old Town

The Ruin of Mars Wark on Castle Wynd, City of Stirling, Scotland. -

City of Stirling, Scotland. The ruins of the Earl of Mar town house,

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Ornate sculpted coat of arms, Mar's Wark, Stirling, Central Region, Scotland,

Ruin of Mars Wark on Castle Wynd, Old Town of Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland

mars wark in stirling

Mar's Wark is a ruined building in Stirling

M05 Mars Wark at the top of Broad Street Stirling.

Mar's Wark, Stirling: gateway (© Martin Coventry)

Mar's Wark, Stirling (Beattie, 1838)

A04 Stirling Castle from Ladies Rock

Mar's Wark: Mars Wark

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Mar's Wark

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Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Mar's Wark

Mar's Wark

Right, so, this is back in Stirling proper, walking up the hill towards the castle. It's the facade of a 16th-century townhouse built for the Earl of Mar, ...

A general view of Stirling Castle. Unicorn tapestries on display in the ...

A portcullis at Stirling Castle in Scotland. A portcullis is a kind of heavy vertically-opening gate typically found in medieval fortifications, ...

An exterior view of the intricately carved royal palace at Stirling Castle.

Mar's Wark: Mars Wark from the rear

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Stirling Castle - It was known as the key to Scotland. With it's bloody history

Gatehouse yett, Stirling Castle by kim traynor, via Geograph

Mar's Wark

Orchardton Tower ~ the only cylindrical tower house in Scotland is in Dumfries & Galloway

Warwick Castle Gatehouse ~ Warwickshire, England Castle Gate, Castle Doors, Castle Ruins,

The gate of Ceret

On arriving at the Witches Craig Caravan and Camping Park you are given a wee brochure that explains the reason for campsites name.

Courtesy of Stirling Council http://bit.ly/1XpNoPr

Mar's Wark which fronts the kirk yard of the Church of the Holy Rude. royalty. Stirling ...

James IV Great Hall

A general view of Doune Castle.

The Kings Old Building.

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Mar's Wark. A Heritage Site in Stirling

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

Crossing the street once again and to the rear of the Church of the Holy Rude and Mars Wark is a cemetery with amazing views of Stirling and beyond.

Mar's Wark: Church of the Holy Rude (print 1936)

An exterior view of Bothwell Castle, nestled among trees on the River Clyde.

Stirling Castle, Scotland

The Castles frontage created by James IV

A view of the reconstructed Stirling Heads in a chamber at Stirling Castle.

A defensive ditch on and bridge at Craignethan Castle.

Stirling Castle Gates

Unicorn tapestries on display in the sumptuously refurbished royal palace at Stirling Castle.

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Stirling and its castle were favoured by Alexander III up until his death in 1286. The period of his reign is widely regarded as a golden era for Scotland, ...

Photo Mar's Wark, Stirling

Mar's Wark

A view of an interior room at Linlithgow Palace.

Mar's Wark

A detailed of a carved wooden room divider on display at Stirling Castle.

Kitty corner from Mars Wark is Argylle's Lodging (click for details and info). This Renaissance style building was home to William Alexander.

The most prominent of the hills is known as Carly (Witches) Crag. In the 18th century a minister at Logie is said to have spotted a cloven hoofed Devil ...

Mar's Wark Image

Holy Rude means Holy Cross and this church is reputed to be the only church in the United Kingdom other than Westminster Abbey to have held a coronation.

King Robert ordered that the castle be slighted....to prevent it being used by the English again should they make moves North again.

Stirling Castle.

A conservation stonemason by training, I attained a PDD with distinction in Buildings Conservation on John Ashurst's Diploma course at West Dean College ...

Robert the Bruce still stands guard over the Castle.

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The Grand Battery.

Mar's Wark, Stirling, United Kingdom

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Stirling Castle. Situated upon a volcanic crag, Stirling Castle dominated the road north. Other than the North Gate none of the remains visible today are ...

The Bannock Burn. Modern drainage means the Bannock Burn is shallower than in 1314 but the steep banks make it clear how difficult it would have been for ...

A distant view of Stirling Castle at sunset.

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Crossing the street once again and to the rear of the Church of the Holy Rude and Mars Wark is a cemetery with amazing views of Stirling and beyond.