Linlithgow (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... which passed by Linlithgow Palace. The Palace is always what reminds me off Linlithgow. It's a huge palace which unfortunately is just a ruin with no roof, I don't know if you can still go in here but we were never able to go in due to it always being unsafe. Looking from the outside is spectacular enough for me though. I always thought that St Michaels Parish Church was part of the Palace with it's a large metal spire that glistens in the summers but I'm sure also entraps lightning in bad weather. I've never seen a building so outstanding in my whole life and I am the first to admit when I see a picture of it on the t.v or in a magazi... more
Customer Linlithgow (Scotland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I have recently come back to writing reviews on Dooyoo after being off for a while, I have actually just noticed that all my reviews have been about places I've visited. I love writing reviews about places I've been, to give you an idea of what they are like but more for me to remind myself why I like a place so much and bring back all the memories. This review is about Linlithgow which is a town located in the Lowlands of Scotland, about 20 miles from Edinburgh. Linlithgow is a place close to my heart as my Mum is from there and I spent a lot of my time here when I was younger staying at my Gran's house, unfortunately since she passed away I haven't visited ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/08 (Very useful, 75 readings)
---->Future History<---- Linlithgow has a the claim to fame that Montgomery Scot or "Scotty" from the "original" Star Trek series, will be born there in 2222 A.D. Home to Linlithgow Palace the birth-place of both "James V" and "Mary Queen of Scots". Linlithgow was founded by King David 1st (1128-1153) as a royal burgh and a military stronghold, which after the 1314 "Battle of Bannockburn", was claimed by the Scottish as their own. If you are touring the Castles and Palaces of Scotland, then Linlithgow's Palace and its surroundings is a "must" as it is steeped in ... Read the complete review
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