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Robert Burns spent his final years in Dumfriesshire, Scotland.

He found an inspirational dwelling at Ellisland Farm, Auldgirth and enjoyed fame in the bustle of the tavern filled streets of Dumfries. He experienced a rousing journey on route to Gatehouse of Fleet and will be remembered for inscribing bawdry verses at Closeburn. Kirkudbright became the first recital of The Selkirk Grace and Sanquhar was where he re-enacted the famous whistle drinking competition. He was to visit the Brow Well to try and recover from his illness but it was not to be. These and ither Dumfriesshire lands. Take a walk in his footsteps. Welcome tae The Land o' Burns ...

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