Cottages on West Green Lane in Culross, Fife, Scotland.
On the left, the orange building is part of Culross Palace.
The town of Culross, pronounced “Coo-ros”, (Gaelic: Cuileann Ros) is a former Royal Burgh.
Originally the town served as a port city on the Firth of Forth and is believed to have been founded by Saint Serf during the 6th century.
Arguably the most picturesque historic town in Scotland. Its cobbled streets are lined with wee yellow houses topped by slanting red pantiled roofs which all contribute to giving you an illusion that you have stepped back two or three hundred years in time.