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Holyroodhouse

(ˌhɒlɪruːdˈhaʊs)
n
(Named Buildings) a royal palace in Edinburgh in Scotland: official residence of the Queen when in Scotland; begun in 1501 by James IV of Scotland; scene of the murder of David Rizzio in 1566
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"It's been a beautiful day here at Holyrood Palace receiving that award in front of the Queen," he said.
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