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What do you know about Robroyston?
ROBROYSTON (Bhaile na Raibert Ruadh in Gaelic) is a northeastern suburb of the city.
It was where William Wallace was turned over to English soldiers in 1305. At the site of Wallace's capture there stands a monument there have also been proposals put forward for a Visitors Centre in the area, at the site of the monument. On the monument there is a plaque in latin
'Dico tibi verum, libertas optimum rerum, nunquam servili sub nexu, vivito fili', which translates to 'I tell you the truth, the best of all things is freedom, never son, live under the bonds of slavery'. It was taught to William Wallace in his boyhood.
About 200 yards from the monument, 'Wallace's Well' is located on the country road.
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