- Stirling and Trossachs
Thornhill is a historical village that is situated in the Dumfriesshire region in Scotland and is part of the parish of Morton.
The Romans invaded Britain in the 1st century AD, during which time they added southern Britain to their empire as the province Britannia. They were, however, unable to subdue the fierce tribes in the north. A massive wall was built across the island from sea to sea on demand by the Emperor Hadrian to keep these tribes from invading Britannia. Parts of this Hadrian's Wall still ...