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The Pends St Andrews

The Pends Gate House

St Andrews

"The Pends" was entry to the Priory 

The Pends Gateway and Gatehouse were to protect the priory and cathedral.

It has been standing since at least the 1300's and the wall has been standing from the 1500s.

"The Pends" was entry to the Priory 

The Pends Gate House St Andrews
The Pends Gate Entrance House St Andrews
The Pends  Road wall and Gate St Andrews

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Catedral de St Andrews

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Castillo de St Andrews

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Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad

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El puerto del oeste

Calle Sur

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Estatua de Hamish McHamish

Carril de Logies

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Capilla de Blackfriars

Casa Madras

Calle Sur

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Estatua del obispo Wardlaw

Cuadrilátero de Santa María

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Iglesia parroquial de Kingsbarns

Calle principal

Kingsbarns

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Ayuntamiento de St Andrews

Jardines de Queens

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Tumba de Tom Morris

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Torre de las reglas de San

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Museo Bell Pettigrew

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Escuela de biologia

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St Leonard's Chapel St Andrews

St Leonard’s Chapel Monuments

Inside the Chapel can be seen monument on the north wall: Robert Wilkie, college principal, who died in 1611. Peter Bruce, principal, who died in 1630 and Robert Stewart, Earl of March who died in 1586.  Also original slabs on the floor, the earliest being Canon William Ruglyn died 1502.

St Leonard's Chapel St Andrews

St Leonard’s College

St Leonard’s College was united

with St Salvator's College on North Street

in 1747 moving to St Salvator’s at that time.

While St Leonards lay unused to 1883,

St Leonard's School for Girls became

St Leonards and moved to the site

which still occupies the school today.

The Chapel became unused by 1761

until the chapel was re-roofed in 1910,

then the interior was restored in 1952.

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Catedral de St Andrews

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Castillo de St Andrews

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Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad

Lugares de Santa María

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El puerto del oeste

Calle Sur

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Estatua de Hamish McHamish

Carril de Logies

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Capilla de Blackfriars

Casa Madras

Calle Sur

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Estatua del obispo Wardlaw

Cuadrilátero de Santa María

San Andrés

Escocia

 

Iglesia parroquial de Kingsbarns

Calle principal

Kingsbarns

San Andrés

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Ayuntamiento de St Andrews

Jardines de Queens

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Tumba de Tom Morris

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Torre de las reglas de San

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Museo Bell Pettigrew

Edificios médicos de Bute

Escuela de biologia

Terraza de la Reina

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Sir David Brewster KH PRSE FRS FSA Scot FSSA MICE Plaque

Born Jedburgh 1781 – Died Melrose 1868

David Brewster was the principal of the United Colleges from 1838-1859.

One of the most important inventors of our time. Inventing the Kaleidoscope and his work on polarized light helped with his development of Lasers, fibre optics and other optical devices. Other inventions were the lighthouse illuminator,

Lenticular Stereoscope, Binocular Camera and his statue can be seen in the gardens of King's Buildings Edinburgh.

He was Principal of the University of Edinburgh in 1859. A true Genius.

David Brewster Plaque St Leonards School St Andrews

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Catedral de St Andrews

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Castillo de St Andrews

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Iglesia de la Santísima Trinidad

Lugares de Santa María

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El puerto del oeste

Calle Sur

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Estatua de Hamish McHamish

Carril de Logies

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Capilla de Blackfriars

Casa Madras

Calle Sur

San Andrés

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Escocia

 

Estatua del obispo Wardlaw

Cuadrilátero de Santa María

San Andrés

Escocia

 

Iglesia parroquial de Kingsbarns

Calle principal

Kingsbarns

San Andrés

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Escocia

 

Ayuntamiento de St Andrews

Jardines de Queens

San Andrés

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Escocia  

Tumba de Tom Morris

Los pendientes

San Andrés

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Torre de las reglas de San

San Andrés

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Museo Bell Pettigrew

Edificios médicos de Bute

Escuela de biologia

Terraza de la Reina

San Andrés

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Mathew was born in Hoy in Orkney in 1828 his first school was Edinburgh Academy. He moved in 1842 to Merchiston Castle boarding school Edinburgh. Then the University of Edinburgh in 1844. Moving to Germany for a short time, on his return, graduated MD in 1851. In that year he became President of the Edinburgh Geological Society. After a number of years in medicine, he became the Chair of Chemistry in 1862- 1882 of St Andrews University. 1879 he was also awarded the Keith gold medal, by the Royal Society of Edinburgh for his paper on Rhombohedral Carbonates. Published a book on Mineralogy of Scotland. He died in 1897 and is buried in St Andrews Cathedral cemetery.

David Brewster Plaque St Leonards School St Andrews

Torre de las reglas de San

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Circa 1070 en la época de Malcolm III

una iglesia (St Rule's Tower St Andrews)  fue construido para proteger los huesos de

San Andrés que la Regla había traído de Grecia.

Más sobre su viaje a Escocia ver

www.allaboutedinburgh.co.uk/ restalrig-and-craigentinny  

Santa Triduana

St Rules Tower The Pends St Andrews

Catedral de St Andrews

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St Andrews Cathedral The Pends St Andrews
St Andrews Cathedral and Rules Tower

La Catedral de St Andrews fue construida alrededor de 1160 y fue el centro religioso de la Iglesia Católica Medieval en Escocia.  Quedó en desuso y se arruinó después de que la misa católica fuera prohibida en 1560.

La Reforma escocesa en Escocia llegó a un punto crítico con la iconoclasia (la destrucción deliberada de iconos o monumentos religiosos) en toda Escocia. St Andrews fue el objetivo del ejército de los Señores de la Congregación que destruyeron alters e íconos religiosos y blanquearon las paredes de las iglesias.

St Andrews Cathedral Wall and Tower

St Andrews Cathedral Museum

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St Andrews Cathedral Museum

St Andrews museum is found in what

was the original Cathedral's Priory.

This is where the Augustinian Canons lived. 

See all the stone carvings headstones and other artifices.

St Andrews Cathedral Museum The Pends St Andrews
Ancient Stones Museum St Andrews
Arches in Cathedral Museum

St Andrews Cathedral Museum

The Pends St Andrews

Cathedral Museum

Royal Sarcophagus

The prize of the museum, the Royal Burial Shine from circa 761 AD. One of the finest stone carvings in Europe.

Ancient Sarcophacus St Andrews
Ancient Sarcophacus St Andrews

  Santa María en las rocas

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 Santa María en las rocas  los restos de una iglesia posiblemente construida alrededor de 1240

Tom +Tommy Morris Grave St Andrews
Tommy Morris Grave St Andrews
Tom Morris Grave St Andrews

Tommy Morris Grave

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Tom Morris Jnr. Grave

Young Tom (Tommy) Morris was born in St Andrews Fife in Scotland on the 20 April 1851 – Died 25 December 1875

age 24 years.

If he lived he could have been one of the greats.

He is the youngest winner of 

The Open Championship at the age of 17.

Also the only one to win

4 consecutive Open Championships.

He also thought of a golf bag to carry clubs and balls, getting the idea when playing an Archer in an exhibition match.

1868         Scotland Tom Morris Jr.          Prestwick Golf Club

1869         Scotland Tom Morris Jr.          Prestwick Golf Club

1870         Scotland Tom Morris Jr.          Prestwick Golf Club

1872         Scotland Tom Morris Jr.          Prestwick Golf Club

Tom Morris Grave

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Tom Morris Snr. Grave,

Old Tom Morris was born in North Street

St Andrews Fife in Scotland

 16th June 1821

A club maker, golf professional and greenkeeper.

Tom Morris returned to St Andrews in 1864

to take charge of the links,

as Keeper of the Green and professional.

Tom Morris Snr died in St Andrews

when he fell down the stairs

at the New Club near the 18th Green

on May 24th, 1908 at the age of 86.

His grave is on the eastern wall of the

churchyard of St Andrew's Cathedral beside his son.

 He also won The Open Championship 4 times.

1861         Scotland Tom Morris Sr.         Prestwick Golf Club

1862         Scotland Tom Morris Sr.         Prestwick Golf Club

1864         Scotland Tom Morris Sr.         Prestwick Golf Club

1867         Scotland Tom Morris Sr.         Prestwick Golf Club

  Santa María en las rocas

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 Santa María en las rocas  los restos de una iglesia posiblemente construida alrededor de 1240

St Mary of the Rocks St Andrews Scotland

St Andrews Harbour 
Balfour Place Shore St Andrews
St Andrews has been mentioned in transcripts, having a fishing harbour as far back as 1222, and another record dates from 1363.

St Andrews Pier
Balfour Place Shore St Andrews

The Pier originally built of wood was replaced in mid-1500. Confirmation the pier being of stone, records show of a great storm that damaged the ashlar on the pier in 1573. The pier was replaced in 1655. The pier and harbour walls have over the centuries be rebuilt several times due to storm damage.

Defence Canon

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The canon face out to see to defend the town from invaders

From many countries, Spanish English American and French

Canon Defences St Andrews

Playa de East Sands

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St Andrews East Beach (Sands) can be located on the south side of the old harbour. From St Andrews Castle keep to the coast road with St Andrews Cathedral on your Right. This is a popular beach which is safe for children.

The golden sandy beach with a wide variety of water sports.

There is a car park first aid facilities and toilet facilities available.

During Peak Summer there are on duty lifeguards and Café.

East Beach St Andrews
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