Robert I of Scotland Statue In Place After 130-year Delay

Posted by admin on Jan 13, 2010

A statue of Robert I of Scotland, usually known as Robert the Bruce, has taken its place at a Scottish town hall following a 130-year delay.

A plinth was erected above the main entrance when the prominent building was constructed on Annan’s High Street in the 19th Century.

However, because of financial problems, the statue was never commissioned.

A local committee started fundraising two years ago and a bronze image of Bruce, Lord of Annandale, has finally been put in place in the town.

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