The History of Leith

October 11, 2007

St. Giles’ Cathedral

A prominent feature of the Edinburgh skyline, St. Giles’ Cathedral or the High Kirk of Edinburgh is a Church of Scotland place of worship decorating the midpoint of the Royal Mile with its highly distinctive hollow-crown tower. The church has been one of Edinburgh’s religious focal points for approximately 900 years. Today it is sometimes regarded as the mother church of Presbyterianism. for more click here

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