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Saint Andrews Scotland - 1

Saint Andrews Scotland - 1
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Saint Andrews This is a beautiful view of St. Andrews Scotland, home to some of the best golf courses in the world and also to St. Andrews University.

Founded in 1413, St Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland. By the middle of the sixteenth century the University had three colleges - St Salvator's (1450), St Leonard's (1511), and St Mary's (1538): the buildings of St Mary's College and St Salvator's Chapel both date from this period.

The 16th to 18th centuries saw a period of mixed fortunes for the University. During this time St Salvator's and St Leonard's Colleges joined to form the United College which still survives in a greatly enlarged form.


Other Online Resources: (St. Andrews Golf!) (A brief history of St. Andrews) (A helpful timeline of the history of St. Andrews)

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