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Qué hacer en Dumfries

Dumfries se fundó como Royal Burgh en 1186  y es un lugar para pasar el día, viendo todas las atracciones,  

un lugar que Robert Burns llamó a casa.

Las cosas para ver incluyen, Robert Burns House Mausoleum, Rose Garden

Tumba y estatua, Puente Devorgilla, Museo Puente Viejo, Midsteeple,

Monumento a los destinatarios de la Cruz de Victoria

Museo Dumfries y Camera Obscura

Museo de la Aviación, Centro Robert Burns

Casa y jardín de Moat Brae

Iglesia Greyfriars y  la oficina de correos más antigua del mundo.

Devorgilla Bridge Dumfries

La siguiente lista son las atracciones señaladas en el mapa de Dumfries y Galloway

Ermita de Robert Burns

 

Casa de campo Burns

 

Iglesia Parroquial de San Miguel y Sur

 

Estatua de Burns Dumfries

 

Casa de Robert Burns

 

Estatua de Jean Armor

 

Museo Dumfries

 

Obscura y Museo

 

Granja Robert Burns Ellisland

 

Jardín conmemorativo de Robert Burns

 

Mojón conmemorativo de Robert Burns

 

Ceja bien

 

Sitio de la antigua iglesia Greyfriars

Museo de las Cajas de Ahorro

 

Museo de Aviación de Dumfries y Galloway

 

Abadía de Sweetheart

Puente Devorgilla

 

Midsteeple

 

Centro Robert Burns  

 

Mausoleo de Robert Burns  

 

Iglesia de Burgh

 

Casa de Noruega

 

Jardín de rosas de Robert Burns

 

Academia Dumfries

 

Dr. Henry Duncan  Estatua

 

Fuente de Lochfoot

 

Ca 'los Yowes  

Piedra conmemorativa de Robert Burns

 

Roca de Burns

 

Monumento a la guerra de Maxwellton

 

Museo de la Casa del Puente Viejo

 

Monumento al 3er Duque de Queensberry

Robert Burns Rose Garden Dumfries Plaque.JPG
Plaque on his house in Dumfries.JPG
Robert Burns Mausoleum Dumfries.
Robert Burns Statue Dumfries

John Paul Jones Birthplace Museum

John Paul Jones was a Revolutionary War hero known as the father of the U.S. Navy.

Born in Arbigland Kirkcudbright Scotland in 6th July 1747, John Paul joined the British Merchant Marine at the age of 13 at the age of 27 he fled to America as he murdered a sailor in self-defence on the island of Tobago. Arriving in America he added Jones to his name to hide his identity. He joined the Continental Navy and became the scourge of the British Navy, when the Continental Navy disbanded in 1787 he joined the Russian Navy. He ended his life in France and died in Paris in 1792.

His remains were eventually found in a disused cemetery in Paris and return to America. He lies at rest in a tomb inside the chapel of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.

There has been 5 US naval war ships named after John Paul Jones the last being

the USS John Paul Jones (DDG-53) built in 1991.

John Paul Jones Plaque Kirkbean
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