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Dunkeld Cathedral
Title: Dunkeld Cathedral
Description: Dunkeld Cathedral, owned by Historic Scotland, is set in beautiful surroundings by the River Tay. Originally built in the 12th century, some parts of the building have been restored for use as the Parish Church. The town of Dunkeld is also worth visiting.
Date: March 2006
Dunkeld Cathedral - Clock Tower
Title: Dunkeld Cathedral - Clock Tower
Description: This view shows the clock tower, still quite substantial, and the 15th century nave.
Date: March 2006
Dunkeld Cathedral - Nave
Title: Dunkeld Cathedral - Nave
Description: The fine stonework and window frames can be admired in this view from the grounds.
Date: March 2006
Dunkeld Cathedral - Inside
Title: Dunkeld Cathedral - Inside
Description: The size of the cathedral can clearly be appreciated in this view, taken inside the ruins.
Date: March 2006
Dunkeld Parish Church - Outside
Title: Dunkeld Parish Church - Outside
Description: Dunkeld Parish Church, Church of Scotland, occupies the original cathedral choir. This exterior view highlights the stain glass windows.
Date: March 2006
Dunkeld Parish Church - Inside
Title: Dunkeld Parish Church - Inside
Description: The Parish Church has a fine interior with the light showing the windows to good effect.
Date: March 2006
Dunkeld Cathedral
Title: Dunkeld Cathedral
Description: This older view shows the Parish Church from the river.
Date: July 1981
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