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Braemar, Scotland

The Braemar Gathering has been a highlight of the annual sporting calendar since 1832.

Nestled beneath bucolic, heather-strewn mountains, it is the most prominent and well-attended Highland Games, drawing vast crowds from all over the globe, in addition to the Royal Family. Visitors are now able to enjoy The Highland Games Centre, a new building designed by Michael Harris that comprises a visitor centre, restaurant and a gallery showcasing the history of the games. The completed space blends seamlessly into its rural setting and is a source of great pride for both The Prince’s Foundation and the Scottish people.

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The ceiling of the heritage centre at The Duke of Rothesay Highland Games Pavilion at Braemar

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Her Majesty The Queen takes a tour at the centre

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