Braveheart. Who doesn't love this quote?

William Wallace > Scottish Hero Braveheart - Hist brother John was one of my great-great grandfathers.Braveheart was a great-great.etc uncle.

Statue of William Wallace near the Wallace Monument in Sterling, Scotland. | Day 9

William Wallace, Braveheart - The True Story

Statue de William Wallace près du monument de Wallace à Stirling, en Ecosse.

Memorial plaque near where William Wallace was executed.

Memorial for William Wallace.In 1869 the Wallace Monument was erected, very close to the site of his victory at Stirling Bridge.

Sir William Wallace, a hero and a true patriot of Scotland. He united the country’s clans, gained the loyalty of the people, struck fear into his enemies and defied the cruel hand of the warring invading King Edward I of England.

When England & Scotland faced each other at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in Scotland was led to victory by a figure destined to become a national hero - Sir William Wallace

William Wallace's Sword  The most famous sword in Scottish History.  It measures 66" in length.

William Wallace sword measures 4 feet 4 inches in length cm) and including the tip 5 feet 6 inches. Breadth of the blade varies from inches at the guard to inche at the tip. The sword weighs about 6 lbs kg). This sword is taller than me!

Mel Gibson/William Wallace. Only the best history character ever. #Braveheart

Not-so-Braveheart: Mel Gibson on why he's scared of returning to Scotland

1298 A.D. WILLIAM WALLACE By Mark Churms

Scottish knights led by Robert the Bruce. Robert the Bruce secured Scottish…

William Wallace was a very courageous and strong man who unfortunately wanted revenge for himself and his people so bad that it ultimately lead to his death

BRAVEHEART------Mel Gipson-----One of the BEST movies ever made! Sometimes hard to watch, but the truth hurts sometimes. Still a great movie, albeit quite long.

Monumento a William Wallace, Escocia. #escocia #travel #viajar

Monumento a William Wallace, Escocia

Sir William Wallace did NOT WEAR A KILT.  KILTS HAD NOT YET BEEN INVENTED.  Many thanks to Mel "sugar tits" Gibson for putting this particular bee in my bonnet.

Sir William Wallace did NOT WEAR A KILT. KILTS HAD NOT YET BEEN INVENTED. Many thanks to Mel "sugar tits" Gibson for putting this particular bee in my bonnet.

Wallace led the Scottish rebellion against Edward I and inflicted a famous defeat on the English army at Stirling Bridge. He is remembered as a patriot and national hero. William Wallace was named by Protector of Scotland but he was captured and executed after his defeat in battle of Falkirk (1298).

William Wallace An ink rendering of William Wallace and Andrew de Moray leading the Scottish army towards Stirling.

William Wallace Monument-- you bet your sweet tartan we're going here!

Scotland - William Wallace Monument-- you bet your sweet tartan we're going here!

Sir William Wallace : Guardian of the Realm In late 1297, William Wallace was knighted and proclaimed Guardian of the Realm along with And...

Sir William Wallace : Guardian of the Realm In late William Wallace was knighted and proclaimed Guardian of the Realm along with Andrew de Moray. Soon, however, de Moray was dead and Wallace had to rule a troubled, disunited kingdom on his own.

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