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A totally unique view looking north.
The statue of Robert Bruce, King of Scots in the foreground with Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument over at Causewayhead in the top left and right corners respectively.
The statue alone. A ground level shot is lower down this page.
The statue alongside the circular monument built round the cairn which marks the spot where Robert Bruce is said to have raised his standard for the Battle of Bannockburn.
This image was taken from over the playing field just south of the monument so it gives not only a unique view but is from a relatively lower level than normally shown on this website.
It was taken looking north.
The monument alone from the south.
Carved round the oak ring of the Rotunda is the following
Kathleen Jamie poem:
Interestingly, the author took well over 700 words to explain
the “simplicity” of her 55 word poem. A haiku it ain't.
Finally a close-up view of the statue from ground level.
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