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Les meilleurs lieux de culte recommandés par les habitants de la région

Cimetière
“Calton Hill is one of Edinburgh's main hills, set right in the city centre. It is unmistakable with its Athenian acropolis poking above the skyline. ”
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Cimetière
“The Glasgow Necropolis is a Victorian cemetery in Glasgow, Scotland. It is on a low but very prominent hill to the east of Glasgow Cathedral. Fifty thousand individuals have been buried here.”
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Église
“Glasgow Cathedral, also called the High Kirk of Glasgow or St Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral, is the oldest cathedral on mainland Scotland and is the oldest building in Glasgow”
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Cimetière
“Dean Village is a peaceful green oasis on the Water of Leith, only a five minute walk from bustling Princes Street. It's the perfect place to go for a peaceful walk.”
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Église
“Remember the Da Vinci code?Well if you watched the movie then you might think the Holy Grail is here!”
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Église
“Its absolutely beautiful and unique and you can walk up to the top of it. it’s a have to see.”
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Église
“The High Kirk of Edinburgh on the Royal Mile. Entry by donation to this historic cathedral.”
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Cimetière
“The walls is a must for anyone visiting Derry. They surround most of the city centre so you will find them easily ”
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Cimetière
“The flat overlooks Greyfriars Kirkyard and has a lot of gravestones that gave JK Rowling Inspiration for Harry Potter eg Tom Riddell (Voldemort)”
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Lieu historique
“Just a great place to walk around and free to enter. For a small fee you can climb the St Rule tower to get an amazing view of the town. Tokens are from the Tourism office inside the Cathedral. On the wall beside the tower is the grave of Young Tom Morris.”
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Église
“The Cathedral and indeed Elgin, was once known as ‘the lantern o’ the north’ ... at least until the Wolf of Badenoch burned it down in 1390. What remains is an extremely well preserved beauty in traditional stone masonry. Do visit. It is gorgeous, interesting and the tour guides are very well informed. It is part of Historic Scotland with paid entry .. well worth the money but you can enjoy it from outside the railings. The Cooper park, the Biblical gardens, Johnston’s Woollen Mill and the Cathedral are all within a few minutes walk. ”
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Pub
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“Converted church - bar/restaurant/theatre/music venue. It has a lovely outdoor area/beer garden in the summer ( weather permitting)”
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Église
“In Old Aberdeen, the Cathedral Church of St. Machar — usually referred to simply as St. Machar's Cathedral — is believed to occupy the site of a small Celtic chapel erected by St. Machar in AD 581. The succeeding cathedral was founded in 1136, although the earliest work in the present building dates from the 14th century (it was completed in 1552). Of particular note to visitors are the striking towers on the West front, with their sandstone spires dating from 1518 to 1530, and the 16th-century wooden ceiling painted with coats of arms. Be sure to also pay attention to the stained-glass windows, most dating from the 1870s. If you can, try to time your visit to coincide with one of the frequent classical or choral concerts held here (details are available on the cathedral website). A shop is located on-site.”
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Église
“Just a few minutes walk away, highly recommend a visit to enjoy this magnificent building ”
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Église
“Dunkeld Cathedral is partly in ruins but the choir area still serves as a church, set amongst beautiful gardens on the banks of the Tay, perfect day trip where you can also visit The Hermitage, Pitlochry and the Queen's View ”
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Église
“A lovely place to visit, about a half hour uphill walk from Brampton, Edward I stayed here for a few months. Has a lovely cafe and shop. worth a visit”
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