Monday, 5 January 2009
Salt Burgh Fife Scotland
Salt Burgh, Fife, Scotland. The first record of Dysrat was made in the early 13th century, with the initial role to settle civil matters between the church and landowners. During the middle of the 15th century, trade with the Low Countries began for salt and coal exportation. In the 16th and 17th centuries, trade expanded to the Netherlands and the Baltic Countries. Dysart acquired two nicknames; Salt Burgh and Little Holland as a result.
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