Barnweil Monument

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Taken the 15/12/09
The Barnweil Monument

Situated on a hill top to the north of Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, the Barnweil Monument marks the spot where William Wallace (1274 - 1305) commanded a battle against the English. He trapped the English Army in Ayr and allegedly set all the barns in the surrounding area alight, encircling the enemy.
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Latitude: 55° 31' 59" N, Longitude: 4° 31' 35" W see »

Location: United Kingdom

Comments on panorama:

Excellent QTVR shows 1st National Monument 1855.Hill of Barnweill,Ayrshire South.A perfect view of Ayrshire including Ayr,Prestwick and the airport,Monkton and in the distance North Loudoun Castle.Elvis,Saint Andrew,Robert Bruce and Sir Wallace enjoyed this part of the World.
By Alex | 02/01/10 - 12:32:19 GMT +0100
Excellent, let's get some more Wallace sites on here!!
By Wallace Society | 13/03/10 - 12:47:12 GMT +0100
Wallace Society - If you suggest some suitable locations I might be able to make some more. :-)
By Kwik Pix | 14/03/10 - 09:49:50 GMT +0100
Leonidas I, Washington and Wallace mentioned on West facing plaque.
All Warriors O'Westlin' Winds.
Namaste.
Om Mani Padme Hum
Athabaskan Shamanism
Day of Destiny
07 ~ 02 ~ 2012.
By Alex Christie | 06/02/12 - 19:42:31 GMT +0100

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