The royal insignia mark everything around the castle. Here you can see the Scottish thistle, English rose, and French fleur de lis adorning a rain gutter.
Built for King James IV (1488-1513) as a majestic setting for ceremonial occasions. Converted in 1650 into a soldiers' barracks by Oliver Cromwell. Restored in 1887 and used today for state and royal functions.
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