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Una casa de oro (literal)

Una casa de oro (literal)

Aurea domus "capilla del rosario, Pue."

Aurea domus "capilla del rosario, Pue."

Shot by Natalie, post-processing by me. St Andrews (Scottish Gaelic: Cill Rìmhinn) is a university town and former royal burgh on the east coast of Fife in Scotland. The town, which until the 10th c. was known as Kilrymont, is named after Saint Andrew the Apostle. The "-s" in St Andrews is not a possessive, representing Androis, the Older Scots form of Andrew. St Andrews has a population of 16,680, making this the fifth largest settlement in Fife. There has been an important church in St…

Ruins of St. Andrews Cathedral, Scotland I think the members of the congregation who are buried here would be appalled to see the state of their beloved cathedral.-built-in 1158

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Again, doors or portals are mysterious and intriguing! Portal, Firth of Forth, Scotland photo via fairyhill - Blue Pueblo

Holyrood Abbey is a ruined abbey of the Canons Regular in Edinburgh, Scotland

Holyrood ("Holy Cross") Abbey in Scotland. Reportedly, Robert the Bruce held parliament here. Multiple invading armies damaged the Abbey, which was finally plundered during the Scottish Reformation in Holyrood Abbey - Edinburgh, Scotland.

Would you live here?  (Photo: Jasmin Junger) absolutly no question ...its awsome!

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Waldo means lives near or in the woods. Our Waldo name originates to Bavaria area (Black forest of Germany) in the medieval age. There is a Castle Ruin named Waldau from the Medieval Era still here in this Black Forest. Old Mill, Black Forest, Germany

The Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland. Another tick must do there is the Mary Kings close when you get there!

The Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland. Another tick must do there is the Mary Kings close when you get there! my-bucket-list-of-places-in-the-world-i-will-go-to

Inveraray Castle, Ancestral Home of Duke of Argyll ,Scotland

Inveraray Castle, UK - a country house near Inveraray in the county of Argyll, in western Scotland, on the shore of Loch Fyne. It's been the seat of the Duke of Argyll, chief of Clan Campbell since the century.

Mary Kings Close - Edinburgh - Anyone visiting Edinburgh has to go here!

St Mary's Close in Edinburgh, Scotland is a maze of underground century streets known to be very haunted; once home to hundreds of people. The conditions were horrendous and once Bubonic Plague took hold, most of the people died and it was sealed up


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Very old house in the trees of the Scottish Highlands.

Not a tree house, but a very cool and old house in the trees. An old settlement in the Scottish Highlands. <---- This place looks magical! Like the home of the three witches in The Black Cauldron or a house in the Shire!