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Scottish Vernacular architecture is a form of vernacular architecture often seen as being rooted in Georgian and Victorian architectural conventions - see Edinburgh and Glasgow. However, the distinctive and unique Scottish features include corbelled Gables and Lime Renders - Culross and Aberlady are excellent examples.
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