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Abernethy Round Tower

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General view from North.
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View from N
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General oblique aerial view of Abernethy centred on the Kirk of St Bride, taken from the SSE.
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View of Abernethy Tower.
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View of Abernethy round tower.
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General view.
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General view.
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Interior.
General view.
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View of Abernethy Tower.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Detail of engraving of the Brechin and Abernethy round towers, depicting a surveyor at work.
From Alexander Gordon, Itinerarium Septentrionalis (1726).
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Detail of top of tower
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General oblique aerial view of Abernethy centred on the Kirk of St Bride, taken from the W.
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View of Abernethy Tower.
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Engraving of Abernethy Round Tower & nearby house.
Titled 'Abernethy Tower, Pl.2. Published by S. Hooper Oct.17. 1790. J. N. sculp.'
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General oblique aerial view of Abernethy centred on the Kirk of St Bride, taken from the E.
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General oblique aerial view of Abernethy centred on the Kirk of St Bride, taken from the WSW.
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View from S
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General view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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View from S.
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Detail of carved stone
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View of base of tower from North-East.
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General oblique aerial view of Abernethy centred on the Kirk of St Bride, taken from the SE.
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