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“The Cathedral and indeed Elgin, was once known as ‘the lantern o’ the north’ ... at least until the Wolf of Badenoch burned it down in 1390. What remains is an extremely well preserved beauty in traditional stone masonry. Do visit. It is gorgeous, interesting and the tour guides are very well informed. It is part of Historic Scotland with paid entry .. well worth the money but you can enjoy it from outside the railings. The Cooper park, the Biblical gardens, Johnston’s Woollen Mill and the Cathedral are all within a few minutes walk. ”
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“Dunkeld Cathedral is partly in ruins but the choir area still serves as a church, set amongst beautiful gardens on the banks of the Tay, perfect day trip where you can also visit The Hermitage, Pitlochry and the Queen's View ”
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“Beautiful 18th century cathedral with views of the castle from the river side”
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“Fortrose is probably the smallest city in the UK as it has a cathedral! Though only a small section of walls remaining it is well preserved in a beautifully maintained lawn and with the Court house next door. The history is very interesting. Also walk to St Andrews Church which has a wonderful view down a steep hill to Fortrose Harbour and the Beauly Firth to the mountains beyond, has lovely delicate wrought iron work inside, stained glass windows and carved wood panelling behind the altar (reredos). ”
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“Crathie Kirk is a small Church of Scotland parish church in the Scottish village of Crathie, best known for being the regular place of worship of the British Royal Family when they are holidaying at nearby Balmoral Castle. Crathie Kirk is now united with neighbouring Braemar to form a single parish with two places of worship. Eventually this parish will be further enlarged to include Glenmuick (Ballater). ”
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“Visit the Cathedral where popstar Madonna married Guy Richie. View the stunning architecture and stained glass windows in the historic, but functioning Cathedral. Open all day everyday for you to visit.”
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“A small church at the end of a single track road....This is one of the most moving places you will visit if you are interested in the Highland Clearances. Ask us about how to get there and why it's so significant”
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“Fearn Abbey situated 2 miles from Aith Voe. Fearn Abbey – known as "The Lamp of the North" – has its origins in one of Scotland's oldest pre-Reformation church buildings. Part of the Church of Scotland and located outside the village Of Hll of Fearn, Ross-shire, it continues as an active parish church.”
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“Very significant being the first Cathedral of the Isles -and Pictish graveslabs Always open and information available linked to previous archaeologicl digs in the grounds”
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