Dating from the 12th century, it is the only Scottish cathedral to escape the reformation in the 16th century. Plenty of interesting chapels and even has a large underground area. If you want to know more about the history, then ask one of the guides (wearing blue gown) to tell you about it, but only if you have time to spare, as the man I spoke to knew an awful lot about the history, and seemed prepared to tell me all of it. Unfortunately I really did have a train to catch, so had to shorten the history lesson.
Only a short walk from the Necropolis, so easy to combine the two places in a visit.
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