Stewartry Museum

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The Stewartry Museum is a local museum in Kirkcudbright, Scotland, which covers the history of this part of Galloway. One of its most important collections is that of the prehistoric rock art carvings which have been found in the region. The museum also stores some casts made from rock art carvings called High Banks, a carving known for its use of cup marks to create its design. The area of Galloway has a high highest concentration of cup and ring carvings. The museum also contains artifacts of local historical value including information on Stewartry itself.

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