Dundrennan Abbey

Located at Dundrennan in Dumfries and Galloway, Dundrennan Abbey was built in 1142 by David I. It stands in a small, secluded valley, a typical location for Cistercian foundations. Now in the care of Historic Environment Scotland, it is believed that Mary Queen of Scots spent her last night in Scotland in this abbey.

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