Stonehenge, England Originally constructed by the British Pagans who lived on the Island Nation before the Celtic Tribes during their long war with the Roman Empire who eventually took over England and destroyed the Celts and then executed the Druid Priests and Priestesses.
Scotland Dirleton Castle The ruins comprise a 13th-century keep, and a 16th-century house which the Ruthvens built adjacent. Only the basement levels survive of the 14th- and 15th-century additions built by the Haliburtons. Other buildings within the courtyard have also been demolished. Surrounding the castle are gardens, which may have been first laid out in the 16th century.The garden walls enclose a 16th-century doocot, or pigeon house.
Iona, Scotland IONA, SCOTLAND, UK -- Iona Monastery on the Isle of Iona, seat of Celtic Christianity in Scotland where St. Columba came ashore from Ireland to establish his monastery in sixth century, on the island at the western end of the Isle of Mull. Still a working religious center where pilgrims come by the thousands to follow the ways of Celtic Christianity. The Celtic Cross has stood outside the church for over 1,000 years. Photo by J C Richardson.