St. Giles' Cathedral
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Located in the heart of Edinburgh, the St. Giles' Cathedral is the main place of worship for the Church of Scotland in the city. History notes that the oldest parts of the cathedral date back to the 12th century, and today, its crown steeple is a well‐known feature of Edinburgh's skyline. The cathedral also contains the Thistle Chapel, the chapel of Scotland's foremost Order of Chivalry, the Order of the Thistle.
St. Giles' Cathedral, High Street, EH1 1RE Edinburgh, United Kingdom, Google Maps