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Kirkcaldy Travel Guide  

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On the east coast of Scotland in Fife, Kirkcaldy is a town. It is bounded by Glenrothes towards the north, Edinburgh towards the south, Leven towards the east and Dunfermline towards the west. Kirkcaldy has a triangular shape. The population of this town was 46,912 as per the 2001 census.
The culture of this town can be understood through important buildings like the Kirkcaldy Art Gallery and Museum and the Adam Smith Theater. There are several renowned artistic and literary people linked with this town like Christopher Smout, Professor Tom Hubbard, Prime Minister Gordon Brown, John Buchan and Sir Sandford Fleming.

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Reviews Kirkcaldy

Overall rating 10
Overall Guide : Shopping in town centre deteriorating in selection of stores available. Too many available units or stores selling cheap goods. Need to travel to Edinburgh or Dundee for better shopping, however, good links with rail station which still has free car... more parking. Hopefully the new swimming pool will be an asset in the town. Good farmer's market every month! Like living in Kirkcaldy, living beside the sea! Find all the road works a pain in the neck at the moment and still do not understand why there are now traffic lights at the Adam Smith Theatre - more of a hold up for journeys now than roundabout! Good to have theatre in town, but really need a cinema, a bigger Tesco Store and some decent stores for buying clothes or furniture!!!
Not to be missed Adam Smith Theatre
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : very good, enjoyed the map.
Not to be missed seaside veiws , good town centre , good shops
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