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Tourism & Visitors
The City of Stirling
Created a Royal burgh by King David I in 1130 and as part of Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee in 2002, Stirling was granted city status.
Mary Queen of Scots
1542-67 - Mary was the Queen of Scotland - 1559-60 -Queen consort of France - 1587 - Execution by Elizabeth I.
Born 10 April 1512 - Died 14 December 1542 (aged 30)
Castle & Town
Even today the wolf appears on the council's coat of arms along with the recently chosen motto: "Steadfast as the Rock"
Wallace, Bruce, Rob Roy MacGreagor & the Wars
Great leaders in Scottish history, William Wallace and King Robert the Bruce
Merchants & Guildry
Industries grew around weaving, tanning, brewing, shoemaking, tailors, fleshers and skinners in Stirling.
The Declaration of Arbroath is without doubt the most famous document in Scottish history.