Holyroodhouse, Scotland - Holyrood Palace, Monastery, Monarchs

Scenic, Palace, Monastery

The Holyrood castle has played a key role in the history of Scotland and was initially built as an Augustian monastery by King David I of Scotland in 1128 AD. Though this palace is largely associated with the chaotic past of Mary - the Queen of Scots, today, it’s one of the prime attractions of Scotland and is the official residence of the monarchs. The Queen's Holyroods week, which is usually observed during the last week of June, hosts the Garden Party for around 8000 guests and is a carnival in itself. Situated at the end of the Royal Mile, the Aurthu's seat and St Anthony’s Chapel have best of the scenic vistas and commanding fine views.

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