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Attrazioni di Dumfries

Dumfries è stata fondata come borgo reale nel 1186  ed è un posto dove trascorrere la giornata, vedendo tutte le attrazioni,  

un posto che Robert Burns ha chiamato a casa.

Le cose da vedere includono, Robert Burns House Mausoleum, Rose Garden

Tomba e statua, Devorgilla Bridge, Old Bridge Museum, Midsteeple,

Memoriale per i destinatari della Victoria Cross

Museo Dumfries e Camera Oscura

Museo dell'aviazione, Robert Burns Center

Moat Brae House e giardino

Greyfriars Church e  l'ufficio postale più antico del mondo.

Devorgilla Bridge Dumfries

L'elenco che segue è le attrazioni individuate sulla mappa di Dumfries e Galloway

Robert Burns Hermitage

 

Burns Cottage

 

Chiesa Parrocchiale di San Michele e Sud

 

Burns Statue Dumfries

 

Robert Burns House

 

Statua di armatura di Jean

 

Museo Dumfries

 

Oscura e Museo

 

Robert Burns Ellisland Farm

 

Giardino commemorativo di Robert Burns

 

Memoriale di Robert Burns Cairn

 

sopracciglia bene

 

Sito di Old Greyfriars Church

Museo delle casse di risparmio

 

Museo dell'aviazione di Dumfries e Galloway

 

Abbazia dell'innamorato

Ponte Devorgilla

 

mezzo campanile

 

Centro Robert Burns  

 

Mausoleo di Robert Burns  

 

Chiesa del borgo

 

Norvegia House

 

Robert Burns Rose Garden

 

Accademia Dumfries

 

Il dottor Henry Duncan  Statua

 

Fontana Lochfoot

 

Ca' the Yowes  

Lapide commemorativa di Robert Burns

 

Burns' Rock

 

Memoriale di guerra di Maxwellton

 

Old Bridge House Museum

 

Monumento al 3° Duca di 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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