St. Margaret’s Cave Fife

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St. Margaret’s Cave isn’t found in the mountains, or beneath a castle or palace, but actually below a municipal car park in the city of Dunfermline! While all the hustle and bustle is going on above, the quiet and hidden cave is a great attraction that you don’t want to miss! Adventurers will have to watch their steps as they descend down into the cave but don’t worry though, you won’t lose your footing on any of the sturdy 87 steps. Make sure you don’t get distracted by counting them though!

The tunnel goes an impressive 56 feet under the surface, and despite its city surroundings, the cave feels like you could be anywhere in the world. Wrap up warm – and a waterproof wouldn’t go amiss either! – As you head into the cold, damp belly of the world. Eventually, at the end of the journey, you arrive in a chamber where a statue of St Margaret is knelt down on the floor in prayer.

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More about the Cave : http://www.scottishgraillegacy.com/?page_id=1534

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Bob and Anne have been working together for the past 7 years connecting ancient cultures and their migratory paths around the planet. Time and research into these ancient connections have produced results that have connected the continents in times said to be impossible just a short time ago. Join them, US, as we continue to share what we find along the way. Anne Tittensor, an Independent Researcher, specialising in Global Connective Stonework, Global Connective Symbology and Ancient Quantum Physics. Originally from Scotland, I have travelled the world seeking evidence of a lost civilisation from Turkey to Peru, from Easter Island to America and beyond. visit @: https://annetittensor.wordpress.com/ The Rogue Researcher AKA Bob Newton, is an independent researcher that has been researching heavily for the past 8 years into the history behind the Mis-Story we have been taught. Specialising in the Lost Continent of MU, The Rogue Researcher investigates clues to our hidden past. Clues that are hidden in plain sight. visit @: https://therogueresearcher.wordpress.com/
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