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Turiff Pictish Stone

I checked another Pictish Stone off my list today, in Turriff, Aberdeenshire 😍 It is in the wall of St Ninian’s churchyard. If you check out the 3rd image, from Historic Scotland you will see what the symbol would look like in full. The stone is broken up and on its side, and forms part of a Crescent and V Rod, a well known Pictish symbol. It would be wonderful if some sort of cover could be added to protect the soft sandstone fragment from the elements, as it will only continue to deteriorate in the present state. If you would like to view the stone, it can be found near the bell tower entrance of the church, but be sure to park along the street.

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