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Brahan Seer Monument

Chanonry Point, Fortrose, Scotland
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A Monument to the "Se'er" of Brahan

This is a small monument located near the parking for Chanonry Point. The monument commemorates the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Joel W
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Rhinebeck, New York, United States
Wonderful history!

I, a long time ago, going through an old box of books, came across the Brahan Seer prophesies. I... read more

Reviewed 18 March 2017
chirho
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Marseilles
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1 week ago
“A Monument to the "Se'er" of Brahan”
20 Sep 2016
“interesting - could make more of the story”
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Chanonry Point, Fortrose, Scotland

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a small monument located near the parking for Chanonry Point. The monument commemorates the seers' ability to foretell the future looking through a hole in a stone. Not worth a trip here but if you are visiting the point anyway, it is worth...More

Thank Joel W
Reviewed 18 March 2017

I, a long time ago, going through an old box of books, came across the Brahan Seer prophesies. I read it, and didn't really think much of it. Years later, we visited Chanonry point and there it was, the stone and story of the Brahan...More

Thank chirho
Reviewed 20 September 2016

this was interesting but I found myself struggling to remember the tales for my partner who knew nothing of the Brahan Seer; more information would be useful

Thank Rory561
Reviewed 15 August 2016

The Brahan Seer was allegedly a mystic who could foresee the future by looking through a hole in a small white stone. Unfortunately, he gave an unwelcome prophecy and was burnt in a tar barrel for his troubles. There is a moral in there somewhere.

Thank Ian B
Reviewed 30 June 2016

We went to Chanonry Point to see the Dolphins again. Since we was here last year the point has had a makeover. In my opinion the carpark may look 'pretty' but it is smaller than previously! There are now 2 disable bays when 3 cars...More

Thank Samantha M
Reviewed 10 April 2016

This is a simple stone monument with a couple of signs giving a clear explanation of what its about, its the setting of Chanonry Point that is the attraction, and worth it, see separate review!

Thank Matthew S
Reviewed 7 January 2016

It was just a big stone which was set in concrete at a car park. The pupils of the local school put it there in the 70s to commemorate the burning of a local mistic at the behest of local aristocracy 200 or 300 years...More

Thank Paul M
Reviewed 28 December 2014

More than the monument and the story behind it, what we loved was the splendid looking lighthouse nearby and the view. Unbelievable sunshine for a Dec day.

Thank docLosAltos_CA
Reviewed 17 May 2013

Just a plaque but it is on Chanonry point where you can watch the local Bottle Nosed Dolphins. Check out the review for Chanonry Point.

Thank bryan S
Reviewed 3 January 2013

Windy walk around Chanonry Point, great for getting rid of the cobwebs. No dolphins tho'. Wasn't aware of the Brahan Seer story until I came here.

Thank Canisp10
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