Spynie Palace, Elgin, Scotland Photos

Spynie Palace contains (15th-16th C) ruins of the home of the Bishops of Moray, now run as a museum by Historic Scotland (HES) near Elgin, Scotland.

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Spynie Palace ruins of home of Bishops of Moray run as a museum by Historic Scotland. Elgin, Scotland.David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.Coats of Arms of three bishops who built palace on David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.Ruined structures of Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.
Spynie Palace ruins of home of Bishops of Moray run as a museum by Historic Scotland (HES). Elgin, Scotland.David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.Coats of Arms of three bishops who built palace on David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.Ruined structures of Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.
Little tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.South-east corner tower with gun ports inserted mid 16th C at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.East Gate at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.David's Tower at Spynie Palace seen from East Gate. Elgin, Scotland.
Little tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.South-east corner tower with gun ports inserted mid 16th C at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.East Gate (c1480) at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.David's Tower at Spynie Palace seen from East Gate. Elgin, Scotland.
Interior walls of David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.Landscape around Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.

Interior walls of David's Tower at Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.Landscape around Spynie Palace. Elgin, Scotland.


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