Brechin Cathedral
Church Lane, Brechin DD9 6HD Route Planner
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Although the church was built in the 13C (west entrance), it has since been drastically modified. The square tower dates from the 13C-15C. Inside, there are two sculpted stones, both excellent examples of Pictish art. The curved tombstone probably dates back to the 11C. The stained-glass windows are the work of 20C masters, such as Douglas Strachan, Gordon Webster and William Wilson.

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    MICHELIN Guide 2019
    12.7 km - 32 Main St, Inverkeilor DD11 5RN