The Urinals of the Wallace Monument

The Wallace Monument is a 220' tall tower built in 1869 "to commemorate the heroic victory by William Wallace over the English in 1297 at the bridge over the Forth in nearby Stirling, Scotland".

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This spectacular tower "sits prominently on the Abbey Craig two miles north of the city of Stirling itself. It was from this prominent hilltop in 1297 that William Wallace watched the English army approach across Stirling Bridge before leading the Scots into the battle of the same name: and victory. A fitting, and striking, location for the national monument to a national hero."

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