NJ9406 : St Andrew's Cathedral

near to Aberdeen, Great Britain

St Andrew's Cathedral
St Andrew's Cathedral
This is one of Aberdeen's three cathedrals. It is at the foot of King Street and was designed by Archibald Simpson in 1816, in perpendicular style. This Episcopalian cathedral is also the mother church for USA episcopalians. It is not granite, but Craigleith sandstone.
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OSGB36: geotagged! NJ 944 064 [100m precision]
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