Original name in latin Pittenweem
Name in other language
State code GB
Continent/City Europe/London
longitude 56.21406
latitude -2.72839
altitude 26
Population 1807
Date 2009-09-11

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Pittenweem — is a small and secluded fishing village tucked in the corner of Fife on the east coast of Scotland. The name derives from Pictish and Scottish Gaelic. Pit represents Pictish pett place, portion of land , and enweem is Gaelic na h Uaimh , of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Pittenweem —    PITTENWEEM, a small sea port, royal burgh, and parish, in the district of St. Andrew s, county of Fife, 10 miles (S. by E.) from St. Andrew s, and 24 (N. E.) from Edinburgh; containing 1339 inhabitants, of whom 1320 are in the burgh. This… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • Pittenweem Priory — is the name of an Augustinian Priory located at the village of Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland. It was originally a Benedictine Abbey founded from Reading Abbey and based on the Isle of May. It had been relocated to Pittenweem by 1318, and placed… …   Wikipedia

  • Prior of May (Pittenweem) — The Prior of May then Prior of Pittenweem (later Commendator of Pittenweem) was the religious superior of the Benedictine monks of Isle of May Priory, which later moved to the mainland became called Pittenweem Priory. The priory was originally… …   Wikipedia

  • Lord Pittenweem — The title of Lord Pittenweem was a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created on 16 January 1609 for Frederick Stewart and became extinct on his death in 1625.Lords Pittenweem (1609 1625)*Frederick Stewart, 1st Lord Pittenweem (c.1590… …   Wikipedia

  • Fillan — See Fillan, Norway for the Norwegian town in Hitra, Sør Trøndelag Saint Fillan, Filan, Phillan, Fáelán (Old Irish) or Faolan (modern Gaelic) is the name of (probably) two Scottish saints, of Irish origin. The career of a historic individual lies… …   Wikipedia

  • Fife — This article is about the area in Scotland. For the musical instrument, see Fife (musical instrument). For other uses, see Fife (disambiguation). Coordinates: 56°15′00″N 3°12′00″W /  …   Wikipedia

  • Isle of May — Location …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Filan — St Filan was an Augustinian monk from the priory on the Isle of May, Scotland.St Filan left the Isle of May for Pittenweem in Fife and converted the local populace to Christianity. The Augustinians subsequently founded a Priory in Pittenweem.He… …   Wikipedia

  • Питтенвим — Город Питтенвим Pittenweem Baile na h Uaimh Страна ВеликобританияВеликобритания …   Википедия

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