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Glenbarr Abbey

Glenbarr (Scottish Gaelic: Am Bàrr, pronounced [əm b̊aːrˠ]) is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It lies on the west coast of the Kintyre peninsula.

Glenbarr Abbey[edit]

Nearby is Glenbarr Abbey, an 18th-century residence, built by Col. Matthew Macalister, 1st Laird of Glenbarr. Today it serves as a visitor centre for the history of Clan MacAlister.

Coordinates: 55°33′58″N 5°42′14″W / 55.56611°N 5.70389°W / 55.56611; -5.70389