Castiellos in Milltown

Spynie Palace

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Spynie Palace is a tourist attraction, one of the Castiellos in Milltown, Reinu Xuníu. It is located: 11 km from Elgin, 580 km from Edimburgo, 630 km from Glasgow.

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, N57°40'33", W3°17'29". Get directions

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MaryQueenofScots.net
21 April 2014
Mary Queen of Scots was hosted here by the Bishop of Moray, a relative of Bothwell’s, and no saint: he had many mistresses and at least 13 illegitimate children.
MaryQueenofScots.net
21 April 2014
Mary Queen of Scots first encountered open rebellion in Aberdeenshire. She brooded on these events at Spynie, the northernmost point on her travels.
Whytewitch
30 August 2013
Fantastic place.
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