Category:Dull, Perth and Kinross

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English: Dull is a village located in the county of Perth & Kinross in Scotland. Situated in the Highland part of the county, Dull consists of a single street of houses on the north side of the valley of the River Tay. The place-name means 'meadow' or 'haugh' in Gaelic. The parish church, unused since the 1970s , is on the site of an early Christian monastery founded by St Adomnán, Abbot of Iona (died 704). Several early Christian cross-slabs dating to the 7th or 8th century have been discovered in and around the parish graveyard. A slab carved with stylised warriors and horsemen in the Pictish style, uncovered during grave-digging in the 19th century, is displayed in the Museum of Scotland.
Gàidhlig: 'S e baile-beag ann am Peairt agus Ceann Rois a th' ann an Dul (Beurla Dull).
Simple English: Dull is a village located in the county of Perth & Kinross in Scotland. It is in the Highland part of the county. There is only one street of houses in Dull, on the north side of the valley of the River Tay. The place-name means 'meadow' in Gaelic. The parish church, unused since the 1970s , is on the site of an early Christian monastery founded by St. Adomnán, Abbot of Iona.

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