A look at Stirling through its beautiful buildings

Stirling may be Scotland’s smallest city, but after being granted city status during the Golden Jubilee celebrations in 2002, its history and heritage have begun to be fully appreciated.

Jack Gillon takes the reader on a tour of 50 of Stirling’s finest buildings and structures, celebrating the city’s immense architectural heritage and ancient character.

With its imposing castle which has served as both a fortress and royal residence over the centuries, as well as the Battle of Bannockburn centre and twelfth-century Cambuskenneth Abbey, the city is full of architectural treasures which are all explored in Gillon’s handy guide, as he highlights the vital role Stirling played in many of the most significant battles in Scottish history

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