Monthly Archives: December 2013

Crowsteps in Fife: The Flemish Connection, Part 2

This guest blog is the second of two that examine the influence of the historic links between Fife, particularly the East Neuk, and the Low Countries, including Flanders, on its distinctive style of vernacular architecture. This posting focuses in particular on … Continue reading

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Crowsteps in Fife: The Flemish Connection, Part 1

The Kingdom of Fife is known to be a part of Scotland where the Flemish settled and where their footprint can be discerned, even today.  This guest blog is the first of two authored by Matthew Price that examine the … Continue reading

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