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St Magnus Cathedral
Title: St Magnus Cathedral
Description: St Magnus Cathedral is one of the finest cathedrals in Scotland today, and the most northerly. It was built and extended over many centuries from 1137 and dominates Orkney's capital, Kirkwall. The stonework is famous for the patterns achieved using different types of stone.
Date: July 1994
St Magnus Cathedral - Side View
Title: St Magnus Cathedral - Side View
Description: This view shows the side of the Cathedral and the graveyard. Many of the masons who worked on the Cathedral came from Durham which was being built at the same time.
Date: July 1994
St Magnus Cathedral - Graveyard
Title: St Magnus Cathedral - Graveyard
Description: The graveyard also features a fine entrance archway.
Date: July 1994
St Magnus Cathedral - Side Door
Title: St Magnus Cathedral - Side Door
Description: This view shows the fine craftmanship involved in the stonework and windows for the Cathedral.
Date: July 1994
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