St Anthony's Chapel is a historical relic and is very famous. It records the rise and fall of this city. It is very suitable to come and see. It is also very good to climb up and look into the distance. It is a worthwhile trip! ! !
Traveling through the vicissitudes of the Middle Ages, many people now choose to travel to the UK. To avoid the flow of people to appreciate the long history and culture of Britain, Edinburgh is a good choice. In winter, we come to visit St Anthony's Chapel in Holirud Park, as if we have entered the Middle Ages. Experience ▼▼The church site is in the Holirud Park, and you need to go on a mountain road. It has basically not been developed. The scenery is very primitive. Edinburgh is a very old city with few buildings. Although the whole mountain is not high, but Going up the mountain road, slowly you can have a panoramic view of the city. There are only a few walls left in the ruins of the church and it still stands stubbornly on the mountain. You can still see the typical medieval British architectural style. The gray bricks set off the blue sky and white clouds and the city scenery under the mountain. Touch this historic building The wreckage, let us sigh that the white horse has passed the gap, and the individual is really small in the long river of history. Going up the mountain road next to the ruins is the famous Arthur's Seat, where there will be more tourists. If you want to feel the weight of history in peace, this church site is more ideal. In the distance, you can see a lake, swans and wild ducks, and it is a good place to take pictures. Note ▼▼1. If you choose to go in winter, the vicissitudes of the ruins are accompanied by a bit of bleak scenery, which is a different experience compared with the general travel. 2. Because it is an undeveloped mountain road, pay attention to your foot safety when climbing. It is recommended to wear non-slip shoes or hiking boots.