travel united kingdom scotland edinburgh st giles cathedral
ARCHITECT: UNIDENTIFIED (LATE 1300s), WILIAM BURN (1829), ROBERT MORHAM, WILLIAM HAY, GEORGE HENDERSON (1872-83)

St. Giles Cathedral, also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh, dates from the late 14th century and is located on the Royal Mile in Old Town Endinburgh.
The church is dedicated to Saint Giles, patron saint of Edinburgh and is sometimes regarded as the "Mother Church of Presbyterianism."

LINK TO WIKIPEDIA'S PAGE ON ST GILES CATHEDRAL

TRAVEL: 2019


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