Glamis Castle


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Glamis Castle

(ɡlɑːmz)
n
(Named Buildings) a castle near Glamis in Angus, Scotland: ancestral seat of the Lyons family, forebears of Elizabeth, the Queen Mother; famous for its legend of a secret chamber
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1930: Princess Margaret Rose was born in Glamis Castle, Scotland - the place Shakespeare chose for the murder of Duncan in Macbeth.
a) Stirling Castle; b) Drumlanrig Castle; c) Glamis Castle.
Visit nts.org.uk Meanwhile, head to Glamis Castle on the weekend of August 2, 3 and 4 for the Glamis Country Fair and Horse Trials.
Now, 130 years after she saved the life of the 13th Earl of Strathmore's grandson, humble commoner Annie has taken a place alongside royalty in an exhibition about the women of Glamis Castle, the Angus childhood home of the Queen and Queen Mother.
1930: Princess Margaret Rose was born in Glamis Castle, Scotland - the first princess to be born in Scotland for 300 years.
1930: Princess Margaret Rose (above) was born in Glamis Castle, Scotland.
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Matt Baker visits the Queen Mother's ancestral home, Glamis Castle, while Anita Rani heads to the Hebrides, where the Queen would take her family sailing on the Royal Yacht Britannia.
Taste Angus, Glamis Castle (August 19 and 20) Head to the grounds of one of Scotland's most spectacular castles.
Astronaut Doug Wheelock spotted the star-spangled banner during a behind-the-scenes tour of Glamis Castle in Angus two years ago.
"Frightfully" good experiences include a visit to some of the most haunted locations in the UK, including Glamis Castle, Forfar, where King Malcolm II was murdered and Culloden Moor, near Inverness, the site of the tragic end to the Jacobite Rising of 1745.
Who was born at Glamis Castle on August 21, Wimbledon ladies' singles title?