Stirling is also an ancient Scottish town (population about 40,000) which in 2002 was granted City status as part of Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee. It was the capital of Scotland.
Famous residents include Mary, Queen of Scots, King James VI of Scotland, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (former British Prime Minister).
See also: Dunblane massacre.
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Places of interest
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