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SmailHolme Tower

SmailHolme Tower, is located in the Anglo-Scottish Borders, where in medieval times (from XV century) it was very important due to its location as a border. High in the Tweed Valley, it is one of the most evocative landscapes of southern Scotland, and presently, it features one of the most important museums and literary productions in the area. The medieval ballads are examples of tradition and immortalized oral literature by Sir Walter Scott Scotland, who is a lover of medieval Scotland and its productions of the time. Highlights include replicas of ballads like 'Sir Patrick Spens' one of the oldest or 'The Daemon Lover' representative of the supernatural and Scotland, and part of my current representations.

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