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Stone of Destiny to return to Perthshire as museum centrepiece

Stone of Destiny to return to Perthshire as museum centrepiece

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The Stone of Destiny will return to Perthshire as the centrepiece of a new £26.5m museum, it has been announced.

Construction work on the new museum at Perth City Hall is due to start in February, with it scheduled to open in 2024.

The red sandstone block was originally kept at the now-ruined Scone Abbey in Perthshire.

It was used for early Scottish Kingship ceremonies until it was taken to England by King Edward I in 1296.

The stone was brought back to Scotland in 1996 and is currently displayed at Edinburgh Castle.

The decision to move it to Perth was announced by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who is one of the four commissioners for the safeguarding of the regalia who advise
the Queen about all matters relating to the stone.

Ms Sturgeon said: "Following due consideration, the commissioners were satisfied that the proposals for Perth City Hall gave full and proper regard to the need to ensure
the security and conservation of the Stone, its accessibility to the general public and that it would be displayed in a manner in keeping with such an important cultural
artefact."

Perth and Kinross Council said the story of the Stone of Destiny would be told using new technology and would be free to view.

Council leader Murray Lyle said he was "hugely-proud and excited" at the decision, which he described as a "game-changer" for the area.

Geological testing revealed the stone was quarried at Scone, just outside Perth.

It was taken to Westminster Abbey by England's King Edward I in 1296 and is still used to crown British monarchs.

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