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Day 185 – The High Kirk

St Giles Cathedral Edinburgh

 

The High Kirk of Edinburgh also known as St Giles Cathedral is the principal place of worship of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh. Much of the present building dates from the late 14th century. It is certainly an imposing and grand sight on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.

St Giles Cathedral Edinburgh
”Edinburgh is an experience A city of enormous gifts Whose streets sing of history Whose cobbles tell tales.” ~  Alan Bold

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  1. Reply

    Great shot of an interesting building. Hope you post some interiors soon. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  2. Reply

    Edinburgh is a beautiful city. My mother belonged to the Church of Scotland. I wonder if she ever worshipped here.

  3. Reply

    Such a grand structure indeed. Edinburgh a city of such cultural riches, would love to visit it someday.

    Like that you kept the people in the photograph, it ads to the feeling of greatness of the building. Also glad the sky is not completely blown out but showing some blue still.

      • mollyskiss
      • July 3, 2012
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      Unfortunately the sky was this rather white washed affair most of the time and so I had no choice.

      Mollyxxx

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