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Accessing Scotland's Past

  Example site type: Chapel  
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A place of Christian worship. A chapel may be a room or recess set aside for private worship in a cathedral or church, a room or building used for worship in an otherwise non-religious institution such as a prison, hospital or college, or a freestanding building that is smaller than and subordinate to a church. In Scotland, chapels may belong to either Catholic or Protestant churches.



St Margaret's Chapel, Edinburgh Castle - click for a larger image
St Margaret's Chapel, Edinburgh Castle
  Examples in The Cairngorms   St Bridget  |  Bridgend of Livet, Chapel & Graveyard  |  Kirkmichael Churchyard  |  Bridge-end  |  Bishop Croft  |  Chapelton  |  Haugh of Kilnmaichlie  |  Corriehoul, St Machar's Chapel & Well  |  Boilhandy  |  Nevie   |  Tombae  
  Examples in The Merse   Makerstoun House, graveyard  |  Halliburton  |  Spottiswoode  |  Huntlywood, St Mary's Chapel  |  Birgham  |  Newton Chapel  |  St Thomas' Chapel  |  Fogo, St Nicholas' Chapel  |  Angelrow  |  Mersington  |  Leitholm  |  Lambden  
  Accessing Scotland's Past