I’m delving into the photos I took last summer in Scotland today. This image shows Dunblane Cathedral, one of two parish churches in the town of Dunblane near Stirling.
Like many European cathedrals, the building comprises sections built across a span of nearly 1000 years. The original building was constructed in the 11th century with additions and changes made in the 13th, 15th and 19th centuries.
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