King Arthur in the Scottish Borders

Published on
November 22, 2015

Synopsis:

A man investigates the connection of King Arthur in the Scottish Borders.

Written by
Mark Nicol

Historian – Filmmaker – Blogger – Guided Tours – Group Speaker

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King Arthur in the Scottish Borders

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Our recent trail follows some of the footsteps of the legend of King Arthur and the Wizard Merlin and their relation to the area that became known as the Scottish Borders.
We are sure you will be fascinated by our recent findings and their significance to our regional area that are not highly publicised or known by the residence of the Scottish Borders.

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