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Right in the city centre near the shopping mall, it was great to go in and light a candle for my loved ones and sit for a wee while. Not the biggest or grandest of Cathedrals but comfortable and serene and more homely. Loved to...More
On a visit to Dundee today called in at St Paul's Cathedral and there is a notice board outside saying that the Church is closed on Monday's through Friday's due to a lighting upgrade. It is obviously open on Saturdays and Sundays which would make...More
St Paul’s Cathedral Dundee was once beseiged by William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. They should have finished the job once and for all and levelled the place. If you can’t get down to Madame Tussaud’s Chamber of Horrors and that’s your thing though, this...More
I attended the Venerable Order of St John Scotland annual service which was held, this year, in St Paul's. Beautiful church, magnificent choirs, organ and brass ensemble and the sermon was first class - delivered by a former Moderator of the General Assembly - so...More
hi, all iknow is the cathedral was small part as i think castlehill.Itwas then occupied by what was called castlehouse hill and st pauls cathedral.As i have been told it was destroyed by william wallace when he sacked... More
hi, all iknow is the cathedral was small part as i think castlehill.Itwas then occupied by what was called castlehouse hill and st pauls cathedral.As i have been told it was destroyed by william wallace when he sacked dundee around 1300----1310 exact dates not sure bur there is a plack on the wall at the cathedral i shall try to get a photograph this weekend to post