Where Was Mary Queen of Scots Imprisoned?

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Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the Bolton castle located in North Yorkshire. After six years, she was later moved to Tutbury fortress in Staffordshire where she stayed till her execution.
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Mary Stuart was Queen of Scotland .She married James Hepburn, the 4th Earl of Bothwell and there was an uprising against the couple that led to Mary's imprisonment in Loch Leven Castle on 15June 1567. Mary fled to England after unsuccessful attempt to regain the throne.
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