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Regions - Dunkeld and Birnam

Dunkeld and Birnam in Scotland is very special place, with Dunkeld once the home to the head of the church in Scotland, a pictish fort and now a Cathedral on the banks of the River Tay has much to offer.

You-Tube-Logo.jpgOn YOU TUBE - Santa arrives to see the children in Dunkeld (5mins 28 secs) - Each year Santa and his reindeer visit Dunkeld just before Christmas.

You-Tube-Logo.jpgOn YOU TUBE - Dunkeld Bridge Bicentinary (9mins 44 secs) - The Atholl Highlanders commemorate the 200 year aniversay of Thomas Telford's Bridge in Dunkeld on the 12th September 2009

Have a look at the local Tourism Association web site http://www.dunkeldandbirnam.co.uk/

 

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Dunkeld Bridge to Dunkeld Cathedral Historic Trail Walk

Dunkeld Bridge to Dunkeld Cathedral Historic Trail Walk

One of the best ways to get to know Dunkeld is a short walk through the town while learning a bit about its history. Part one starts at Dunkeld Bridge

Dunkeld “the Fort of the Celts”

Dunkeld “the Fort of the Celts”

Dunkeld guards one of the main passes from Lowland into Highland Scotland, and was one of the Scottish Centres of Christianity from the 7th Century.

Dunkeld Historic Trail - Dunkeld Town

Dunkeld Historic Trail - Dunkeld Town

Part two of the Dunkeld Historic Trail focusing on Dunkeld Town, starting at Dunkeld Cathedral Gates to the Square, and finishing at Stanley Hill.

The ancient town of Dunkeld

The ancient town of Dunkeld

Surrounded by great natural beauty, Dunkeld can trace its origins back to 6th century. This picturesque town with its own cathedral is a jewel.

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