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.

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

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