After the Scottish Reformation, King James VI had an impressive new palace built to the west of the old cloister of Dunfermline Abbey in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. It became the home of his queen, Anne of Denmark.
King Charles I was born here in 1600, the last king to be born in Scotland. With James and Anne’s departure for London in 1603, royal interest in Dunfermline waned and the palace fell into disrepair.
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