Category: Heritage
06/12/2016
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One example is the Flodden Eco museum, a cross border project which links together over 40 sites and other aspects of heritage nationwide which have a connection to the Battle of Flodden, through history, folklore, or legend. The sites are all existing attractions in the care of their communities, such as castles, bridges, churches, museums,
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