The Kingdom of Fife Web Site, Scotland

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You are Exploring Scotland - The Kingdom of Fife and visiting Upper and Lower Largo.

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Upper and Lower Largo

... welcome you to The East Neuk, The Kingdom of Fife, Scotland.

Railway Viaduct (disused), Lower Largo, East Neuk, Kingdom of Fife, Scotland.
Railway Viaduct (disused), Lower Largo.

Alexander Selkirk (Robinson Crusoe), Lower Largo, Fife: the inspiration for the Daniel Defoe classic
Statue of Alexander Selkirk,
Lower Largo.

The Fife Coastal Path, The Kingdom of Fife Web Site, Scotland

Perhaps the most beautiful part of Fife is the East Neuk. In Lower Largo you can visit the birthplace of Alexander Selkirk, better known as Robinson Crusoe in the well known novel by Daniel Defoe. Following Largo, you will pass through a number of small villages, the perfect example of rural life.

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