31 Dec King Edward, Aberdeenshire
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This is a parish in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
It is worth visiting on any tours of Scotland for a number of reasons.
King Edward is also noted for fine salmon and trout fishing.
The name is actually derived from two Gaelic words – “ceann eader”
So it is named after a corruption of these words.
The church dates back to around 1600.
The castle was once a stronghold of the Comyns , who were enemies of Robert the Bruce.
It is now in ruins but dates from the 1th Century.
It is also known as “Kinneda Castle”
These are the hidden gems which can truly represent Scottish history.
It is not always best seen in the bigger , better known sites.
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