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Kinloss Abbey is a Cistercian abbey approximately 3 miles east of
Forres in the county of Moray, Scotland. The abbey was founded in
1150 by King David I and was first colonised by monks from Melrose
Abbey. It received its Papal Bull from Pope Alexander III in 1174,
and later came under the protection of the Bishop of Moray in 1187.
The abbey went on to become one of the largest and wealthiest
religious houses in Scotland, receiving the valuable salmon fishing
rights on the River Findhorn from Robert the Bruce in 1312,
subsequently renewed by James I and James IV.
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