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Monument aux martyrs

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Martyrs' Monument St Andrews

Monument aux martyrs

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Martyrs' Monument Plaque St Andrews

Inscription du monument des martyrs

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A la mémoire des martyrs

Patrick Hamilton, Henry Forrest, George Wishart et Walter Mill

Qui, en faveur de la foi protestante, a subi la mort par le feu à Saint Andrews

entre les années MDXXVIII (1528) et MDLVIII (1558)

Les justes seront dans le souvenir éternel

Martyrs' Monument inscription St Andrews

Plage des sables de l'Est

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East Sands St Andrews

Maison de Robert Chambers

Robert Chambers House St Andrews

Robert Chambers a construit cette maison 6 Gillespie Terrace à St Andrews en 1863 après avoir épousé sa seconde femme à North Street St Andrews en 1867 et y a vécu jusqu'à sa mort en 1871. Chambers était la meilleure maison d'édition de son temps à Édimbourg.

En 1844, il écrit "Vestiges de l'histoire naturelle de la création"

(UNE  théorie de l'évolution) 15 ans avant Darwin. 

Robert Chambers plaque St Andrews

Le kiosque à musique

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Bandstand St Andrews Scotland

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Attractions

 

Cathédrale Saint-André

Les pendules

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Château de St Andrews

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Église de la Sainte-Trinité

Lieux de Sainte-Marie

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Le port ouest

rue Sud

Saint André

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Statue de Hamish McHamish

Allée des Loges

Saint André

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Chapelle des Blackfriars

Maison de Madras

rue Sud

Saint André

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Statue de l'évêque Wardlaw

Quadrilatère Sainte-Marie

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Église paroissiale de Kingsbarns

Rue principale

Kingsbarns

Saint André

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Hôtel de ville de St Andrews

Jardins de la Reine

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Tombe de Tom Morris

Les pendules

Saint André

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Tour St Règles

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Musée Bell Pettigrew

Bâtiments médicaux de Bute

École de biologie

Terrasse de la Reine

Saint André

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Simple Sugars Plaque St Andrews

Aquarium de St Andrews

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Aquarium St Andrews Scotland
Aquarium Outdoor pool for sea lions

St Katherine's West

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St Katherine's West is used for Admissions, and Registry to

St Andrews University. 

It is also a meeting point for guided tours of the University.

St Katherine's West St Andrews

Wardlaw Museum

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The Wardlaw Museum is part of St Andrews University with free entry to all. 

The Museum has a selection of art, history, science and natural history in their collections

Gallery 1: Scotland’s First University

Gallery 2: Enquiring Minds Gallery

3: Reformers and Innovators Gallery

4: Expanding Horizons

Wardlaw Museum St Andrews Entrance
Wardlaw Museum St Andrews

Wardlaw Museum

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The Wardlaw Museum is part of St Andrews University with free entry to all. 

JM Barrie creator of Peter Pan presented this sculpture to the students Hall St Andrews University when he was Rector in 1922.

Bones in The Wardlaw Museum St Andrews

The collection of Skeletons were collected in the 1800's and early 1900's

Bones in The Wardlaw Museum St Andrews

Patagonian Mara
Red Fox Skull
Tiger Skull
Coral Chunks
Alligator Skull Oystercatcher Skeleton

Bones in The Wardlaw Museum St Andrews

James Kennedy was Bishop of St Andrews after Henry Wardlaw.

He was Chancellor of the University

and founded the 

College of St Salvator in 1450.

It became known as Old College after

St Leonard's College was founded in 1512 and the new college of St Mary's in 1538

Bishop Kennedy's Skull Wardlaw Museum

Cast of skull of Pope Benedict XIII
He was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 29 May 1724 to his death in February 1730. Born Pietro Francesco Orsini and later called Vincenzo Maria Orsini.

skull of Pope Benedict XIII Wardlaw Museum St Andrews

The three medieval maces, the Mace of the Faculty of Arts (completed 1418-19), the Mace of the Faculty of Canon Law (mid-15th century) and the Mace of St Salvator’s College (1461) are of outstanding workmanship. The Maces are used in University ceremonies such as Graduations.

2 Ceremonial Maces St Andrews University
maces 2 St Andrews University

St Andrews Castle 

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St Andrews Castle was first built circa 1070 the castle was erected around at the time of Malcolm III who also was behind the fortification of Edinburgh Castle. St Andrews Castle stands on a cliff overlooking the sea. It was a courtyard castle now in ruins.

The stronghold of the Bishops of St Andrews and where the murder of Cardinal David Beaton took place in 1546.

Also where George Wishart was burnt alive as a punishment for being a heretic.

St Andrews Castle St Andrews

Castle Ghosts

The ghost of Archbishop John Hamilton,

George Wishart

Archbishop David Beaton, Archbishop James Sharp

and

‘The White Lady’,

described as being clad in white

with a veil which hides her face.

St Andrews Castle St Andrews

George Wishart Plaque

 George Wishart age 33, died 1 March 1546, a Scottish Protestant Reformer was burned at the stake outside St Andrews Castle and was Hung on the Castle wall for all to see. One of the first Protestant Martyrs'. His Crime of being a heretic. 

George Wishart 1513 - 1546 Plaque St Andrews

GW Cobbles on Road

The GW on the road is where George Wishart was burned at the stake by Cardinal Henry Beaton, who later was assassinated by friends of Wishart 

GW on Road St Andrews
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