St Giles' Cathedral
A Norman-style cathedral, which I think is the most impressive cathedral in Edinburgh.
There's no adminssion fare charge, but one pound donation is required.
Fondest memory: St. Giles' is the High Kirk of Edinburgh and dates from 1120. It is central to the turbulent history of both Edinburgh and Scotland. This beautiful building is still visited by royalty and is notable for its fine stained glass, magnificent organ and exquisite Thistle Chapel.
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