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St Machar's Cathedral, Aberdeen

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  • In Old Aberdeen, the Cathedral St. Machar, surrounded by an old cemetery, is probably the most beautiful monument of the city.
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  • St Machar's Cathedral (in name only, as the Kirk of Scotland is presbyterian) is well worth a visit. It is in the heart of Old Aberdeen and sits in splendour at the end of the Georgian Chanonry - a co...  read more »
  • That wonder of Cathedral. Wooden ceiling full of shields that have meaning, give you a wooden table where those shields are represented and explain the because of each one. The charming Manager who spoke Spanish it explained everything. All stone columns with wonderful, incredible individual rooms with these tombs. Both its interior and exterior shock you. I recommend a visit.
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  • Beautiful granite cathedral with a Gothic look. Often open to have a look around both inside and around it's hauntingly beautiful cemetery. Handbooks available in an impressive selection of languages. Weddings carried out here are second to none!
  • Lovely church. We particularly enjoyed how friendly Leslie has been with us and appreciated his effort to explain the history of the church in our language. Grazie Leslie
  • A lot of history here, it's a beautiful place of worship.
  • A beautiful granite Cathedral. Their annual Carol Service hosted by Aberdeen University is wonderful.
  • a Wonderful medieval Cathedral with an exceptional 16th century heraldic ceiling featuring 48 carved coats of arms
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