William Wallace’s View

Published on
January 15, 2021

Synopsis:

A man wonders what William Wallace has been looking at for 200 years

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Stuart Wilson

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William Wallace’s View

Ever wondered what William Wallace has been looking at for the last 200 years?

The William Wallace statue at Bemersyde, Near St Boswells in the Scottish Borders has had some recent tree removal to expose the statue to what its original viewpoint would of been.
It was said that the statue could be seen from many towns in the central Borders.

But what is Wallace looking at himself?

Take a look around…

Ever wondered what Wallace has been admiring for the last 200 years? Take a look around......

Posted by Discover Scottish Borders with Mark Nicol on Sunday, 3 January 2021

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