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Restenneth Priory

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An unexpected serendipitous discovery - driving back homewards, I saw signs to a priory ruin just off the roadside. The origins are a little uncertain; it might even be that Restenneth might have been a Pictish church dating back to 710 CE; the Augustinian priory as it stands was founded in 1153 CE by Jedburgh Abbey. The majority is now ruined, although the floor-plan is quite clear with stone walls remaining; the tower is in clearly excellent condition.
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EXIF info

Camera: SONYILCE-7RM3
ISO: 100
Aperture: f/10
Shutter speed: 0.01s
Lens:
Focal Length: 37
Date and Time: 2020:01:01 11:24:17