Jedburgh Abbey

Located within Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders, Jedburgh Abbey was founded in 1118 by David I for Augustinian canons. It is now in a ruined condition although the tracery of the great rose window on the western front is still visible. Jedburgh Abbey was one of the four great Border abbeys which include Dryburgh Abbey, Melrose Abbey and Kelso Abbey. The abbey is now in the care of Historic Environment Scotland.

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