When students have to write their essays they should travel and visit different places for ideas and inspiration. Then they would not need some essay writing assistance. And travelling is very interesting part of life of every student. One of the interesting places in the United Kingdom is Wallece Monument.
Wallace Monument - Tower, standing on a hilltop Abbey Craig at the border town of Stirling in Scotland. The monument erected in honor of the Scottish national hero William Wallace. At the end of the XIII century, the English King Edward I invaded Scotland, and the country was under British rule. Wallace, along with Andrew Moray led the liberation movement against the British. In September of 1297 it took place one of the most famous battles of the Scottish War of Independence - Battle of Stirling Bridge, where Scottish troops defeated the British. Battle played a decisive role, and most of Scotland was released, and William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland, was elected in the absence of the legitimate king John I. According to legend, from the hilltop Abbey Craig Wallace watched the British troops before the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
The tower was built on public money collected at the end of the XIX century, in the wake of the increased interest in Scottish national history and identity. Part of the money came from foreign donators, including the Italian national leader Giuseppe Garibaldi. The monument is a four-sided tower 67 meters high, made in the Victorian Gothic style. There are arranged the Hall of Fame, a museum on the Battle of Stirling Bridge and exposition dedicated to William Wallace. On the top floor of the tower is an open observation deck - "Crown". Students will enjoy visiting this Tower.