Category:Wallace Monument

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Nederlands: Het Wallace Monument, officieel The National Wallace Monument, is een negentiende eeuws nationaal monument, gelegen in Stirling, Schotland. Het is een symbool van de Schotse vrijheid. De toren is genoemd naar de dertiende eeuwse vrijheidsstrijder William Wallace.
English: The Wallace Monument, officially The National Wallace Monument, is a 19th-century national monument located in Stirling, Scotland. It is a symbol of Scottish freedom. The tower is named after the 13-century freedom fighter William Wallace.
This is a category about listed building number
41118.
Wallace Monument 
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tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, near Stirling in Scotland
Wikipedia
Instance of cenotaph
Location Abbey Craig, Stirling, United Kingdom
Architect
  • John Thomas Rochead
Heritage designation
  • category A listed building
Inception 1869
official website
Authority control
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