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Saturday, October 3, 2015

St Giles


The High Kirk of Edinburgh, commonly referred to as St Giles' Cathedral, on the Royal Mile. That spiky steeple in the shape of a crown is a perfect encapsulation of Edinburgh architecture, and is fitting for a church that is basically the St Peter's of Presbyterianism, where John Knox used to preach his sermons denouncing that Popish whore down the street at Holyrood, Mary Queen of Scots.

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