King's Cave

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King's Cave is a seafront cave on the Isle of Arran in Scotland, said to have been a refuge of Robert the Bruce. It was formed where isostatic change resulted in a raised beach.

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Coordinates: 55°31′35″N 5°21′16″W / 55.5264°N 5.3545°W / 55.5264; -5.3545