New Royal Dunfermline Website

A new website celebrating Dunfermline, with an emphasis on the city’s long royal history, has been praised by local MSP Bill Walker.
“This is a wonderful resource for anyone interested in Dunfermline and its leading place in Scottish history, and for those planning on getting the most out of a visit.
“Dunfermline is one of Scotland’s treasures, sometimes sadly overlooked, with a rich history and strong ties to a host of our country’s most colourful historical personalities.
“From Malcolm Canmore and his queen, Saint Margaret, to William Wallace and Robert Bruce, and to the industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, you’ll find them on the Royal Dunfermline website.
“An excellent feature, which eases accessibility, is the inclusion of past, present and future categories for exploring Dunfermline.
“Well done to everyone involved for the obvious hard work and enthusiasm that’s gone into this website.”
Royal Dunfermline also includes topics on historical attractions, such as the famous abbey, which holds more of Scotland’s royal dead than anywhere other than Iona, the atmospheric ruined palace, and the Abbot House, administrative HQ of the first and richest Benedictine Abbey in Scotland.
There are articles on noteworthy buildings that once stood, including St Leonard’s Leper Hospital, as well as a host of links, downloads and stunning images.
The website can be found at:

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