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Friday, January 12, 2007

St Andrews Cathedral Scotland

Cathedral Of St Andrews, Fife, Scotland. The 16th Century precinct wall encloses the cathedral ruins and the church of St Regulus or St Rule. The imposing St Regulus Church with its lofty western tower may well have been the shrine built to shelter St Andrew's relics. Queen Margaret's son, Alexander I, nominated Robert, Prior of Scone as Bishop of St Andrews, and it was he who built the church between 1127 and 1144. The tower has a magnificent panorama of St Andrews and its main monuments.

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