Scotland, Scottish Borders, Dryburgh. The Temple of the Muses on Bass Hill, originally erected in 1817 by the 11th Earl of Buchan as a tribute to James Thomson, the Ednam poet, who wrote 'The Four Seasons"" and the words for 'Rule Britannia'. A new statue by Siobhan O'Hehir is now in the pavilion. | Stock Photo #4282-13264

Stock Photo #4282-13264, Scotland, Scottish Borders, Dryburgh. The Temple of the Muses on Bass Hill, originally erected in 1817 by the 11th Earl of Buchan as a tribute to James Thomson, the Ednam poet, who wrote

Stock Photo - Scotland, Scottish Borders, Dryburgh. The Temple of the Muses on Bass Hill, originally erected in 1817 by the 11th Earl of Buchan as a tribute to James Thomson, the Ednam poet, who wrote 'The Four Seasons"" and the words for 'Rule Britannia'. A new statue by Siobhan O'Hehir is now in the pavilion.
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