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The Port of Rosyth is located some 25km from Edinburgh at the mouth of the Forth River. Entry to the port necessitates passing under the Forth Rail Bridge, the largest listed construction in Britain and one of the most recognisable landmarks in the world. The Rail Bridge stands alongside the Forth Road Bridge to form an unforgettable gateway to Rosyth.
Rosyth itself was conceived as a garden city and built alongside the dockyard primarily as dwellings to house the huge number of labourers required when work commenced in 1909. The home of Scotland’s largest cathedral, St Andrews, Rosyth also boasts an award-winning Deep-sea World, which has the longest tunnel underwater, leading to a million ocean creatures. Golfers will enjoy visiting the British Golf Museum, focused on five centuries of golf history. There are the historical remains of the archbishop's castle, partly dating from the 13th century. There is also the opportunity to visit the Cathedral Museum which houses a comprehensive collection of early medieval sculptures and other fascinating relics.
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