St. Cyr's), Fife, a tiny decayed town , with a green, an ancient bridge
and the medieval mausoleum of the Crawfords adjoining the parish church.
Some of the Houses are decorated with sculptured emblems, and at the
cross is a strange 17th century figure of a church provost, by a
local artist. A large tower attached to a farm, 3/4 mile S.E., is a relic
of Craighall, a mansion built by Sir Thomas Hope (1606-43), who negotiated
the treaty between Charles I and the Scottish Estates (1642). Cupar is 3m
N.W. by hilly road.