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Old High Church, Inverness, Inverness
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Admire the wonders of Gothic architecture at Old High Church, Inverness. Dating back to the 18th century, the parish church stands tall overlooking the nearby river which has been worshiped since the Celts. Visit the oldest congregation and place of worship in Inverness supposedly founded by an Irish monk St Columba. Enter the church to see the organ restored in 2010 to perfect condition made by Father Willis, the renowned Victorian organ builder. Take a trip to the past and feel the eerie atmosphere of the building’s tall pointed arches which stand as a testament to the importance of religion in the area. Work out when and for how long to visit Old High Church, Inverness and other Inverness attractions using our handy Inverness holiday planner.
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  • On the map given out at tourist info and a very interesting building. Totally different to the cathredral and more interesting for that. 
  • Found this church and cemetery while on a walk exploring Inverness. This is actually 2 churches on site under the same jurisdiction, and weekly services are held in both churches. Old High has been in...  more »
  • Reading the stones shows the clans and families that attended the church. It is a reminder that stones of today are plainer and have no attraction apart from the name. 
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  • Also a Scottish church from the 13-14th Century.
  • Pretty place in a great old town
  • Linda igreja do sec 13.