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This is a must visit cathedral, it is steeped in history and a quite magnificent building. It is nestled at the end of the Chanonry in Old Aberdeen and has a village feel to it. It was built on the edge of the Don River...More
This site was a place for worship since 580 AD. Became a Cathedral in 1131 and Famous for its Twin Spires. It's Now classified as a"High Kirk" because there has not been a residing Bishop since 1690.
It has beautiful Shield Coat of Arms all...More
So much history in this building and on the graveyard next to it, please donate to them if you can to help them keep this place open since its definitely a hidden gem of Aberdeen. They even sell books and home made jam to try...More
For anyone interested in cathedrals and the like, St Machar's Cathedral is a gem of a place to visit, and all the more so now that its dark long pews (and generally acknowledged to have been the most penitentially uncomfortable in the whole of Aberdeen)...More
Located in Old Aberdeen, a mile or so from the city centre, it's worth the walk. With its rather rough stone walls, the initial impression is that it is a bit unfinished, but then your eyes rise to the wonderful roof with it's coats of...More
It was a wonderful setting for an evening concert. With a recently refurbished interior, including new pews and floor and the sun streaming though the stained glass windows, the cathedral was looking at its best. Beautiful building, well worth a visit.