Scone Palace Unveils Its Restored 16th Century Historic Archway : News Photo

Scone Palace Unveils Its Restored 16th Century Historic Archway

PERTH, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 23: Pamela Countess of Mansfield , William Murray Master of Stormont and piper Malcolm Innes from Kilspindie help unveil the restored historic archway at Scone Palace on November 23, 2012 in Perth,Scotland. The iconic 16th century arch, which was all that remained of the approach to the Augustinian Abbey which once stood on the Palace lawns, was destroyed after a contractor driving a van crashed into it two years ago. Scone Palace is best known as the place where former kings of Scotland were crowned and the original home of the Stone of Destiny. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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PERTH, SCOTLAND - NOVEMBER 23: Pamela Countess of Mansfield , William Murray Master of Stormont and piper Malcolm Innes from Kilspindie help unveil the restored historic archway at Scone Palace on November 23, 2012 in Perth,Scotland. The iconic 16th century arch, which was all that remained of the approach to the Augustinian Abbey which once stood on the Palace lawns, was destroyed after a contractor driving a van crashed into it two years ago. Scone Palace is best known as the place where former kings of Scotland were crowned and the original home of the Stone of Destiny. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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