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NO4202 :: Plaque in memory of Alexander Selkirk

Taken 10 years ago by M J Richardson near Kirkton of Largo or Upper Largo, Fife, Scotland

Plaque in memory of Alexander Selkirk by M J Richardson
Plaque in memory of Alexander Selkirk

Selkirk was born on a cottage on this site and is thought to have been the inspiration for Daniel Defoe's 'Robinson Crusoe'. Note the mis-spelling of 'Lieutenant'.
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Subject Grid Square NO4202
Subject Lat/Long 56.212947,-2.936065 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Kirkton of Largo or Upper Largo, Fife, Scotland
Photographer M J Richardson
Taken 20090622 200906 2009 (about 10 years ago)
Submitted 2009-06-23
Group Memorial Plaque · Robinson Crusoe · Alexander Selkirk ·
Term lieutenant · selkirk · spelling · daniel defoe · s robinson · inspiration ·

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