Canongate Kirk is a solemn and solemn church⛪️I am not sure whether I can take pictures in the church. I did not take pictures out of respect for the local culture. The overall feeling gives people a peaceful and peaceful atmosphere. Very nice building!
It is a beautiful church located on the Royal Mile, reflecting a peculiar Dutch architecture. The church cemetery around the church is easier to visit because the church is usually not open to the public. These tombstones vividly show how the people of Edinburgh lived and died. The most famous people buried here include Adam Smith (philosopher) and Robert Ferguson (poet).
Very majestic church, there are still many wedding dresses at the door. It is worth visiting for Chinese people because it is full of mystery.
It's worth a walk here, it's very beautiful inside and out, I like it very much
The Queen’s favorite blue church has been very busy these days when she came to the UK for business trips, and finally had a leisurely weekend, and finally had time to go out and wander on her own. A local friend recommended that the Edinburgh Museum is good. When I went there were a lot of people. I didn't like the crowded places. When I saw the Canongate church opposite, I walked over with a casual look, but it gave me a surprise. From the exterior of the church, you can see the red door of the church from a distance, which is too eye-catching. There are two trees in front of the door. I heard someone next to them saying that these two trees seem to have some origins. They were planted by Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh. There are also some tombstones in the yard. Many inscriptions vividly describe the life of Edinburgh people. The celebrity Adam Smith is also buried here. Going indoors is not often open to the general public, but the day I went there happened to be able to go in for a visit, and my luck was also pretty good. As soon as I entered the church, the main color was blue, which surprised me. Maybe I rarely visited the church and saw everything. The British flag was still hanging above, and I saw a seat marked with the crown of the royal family. I asked others for the reason, only to realize that this was an exclusive seat reserved for the Queen of England. There is also a white deer on the blue table with a cross on his back. Later, a friend told me that this church was a military church, so it was blue. Kindly reminder that the forbidden place to take pictures in the church is opposite the Edinburgh Museum for free visit