We walked into St. Giles Cathedral, the landmark building in Edinburgh. This church, which stands on the side of Royal Mile Avenue, is the main church in Edinburgh and the national church in Scotland. The church was originally built in 1120, then destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1385. The top of the church is modelled on the Scottish crown, reflecting its leading position in Scotland. Walking inside the church, I feel once again that it is a very magnificent cathedral. This magnificence comes not only from its appearance, but also from its interior. The church was crowded with tourists, and we made a routine round-trip to see painted glass windows, organs and lecture stands, as well as sculptures on the walls. Very small and exquisite lecture stands are covered with reliefs. Such exquisite lecture stands are rare in churches. It is said that St. Giles Cathedral occupies a place on the list of 100 classic churches in the world, and it feels well-known after field visits. In the process of visiting the church, we also took a rest to read the Chinese materials provided by the church. Because the information said that there was a worship hall which was later expanded in the church, the staff were asked about the location of the church. As it happened, two foreign girls asked about the church, and the staff took us into a side room with the door closed. Entering this new chapel built for the Scottish Knights in the 20th century, it was immediately shocked by the exquisiteness in front of it. The small chapel was full of exquisite sculpture and beautiful layout. Bright colors, tall roofs, Knights'national emblems, exquisite wood carvings, vivid expressions. The staff who took us into this chapel kept explaining to the two girls. Because we could not understand, we could only follow the ray of the fluorescent stick in his hand to watch his explanations.
Visit St. Giles Cathedral. The church is the highest Church in Edinburgh. The top of the church is like a crown. It stands beside Royal Mile. St. Gills Cathedral is the main church in Edinburgh and the national church in Scotland. It is said that it was originally built in 1120, then destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1385. According to the records, St. Gills Church is the power center of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, which is generally considered as the "Mother Church" of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland all over the world. The history of churches reflects the unique secular and religious life of Scots, as well as the development and evolution of Catholicism in Scotland in the 16th century. The colored glass in Fig. 5 is gorgeous and colorful. The unicorn on the chair (Figure 8) is emblematic of power and carved vividly. Figure 9 shows an angel sculpture outside the church. I highly recommend it.
This place is also a very worthwhile place to visit. The church is very large and magnificent. It is quiet inside. The church is very delicate. The carved figures are very delicate, which makes people feel sad. It was about Saturday evening, just in time for the classical concert in the church. A dozen or twenty people gathered together, playing all kinds of musical instruments, so that they could be intoxicated. But it costs two pounds to take pictures in church. (Public No. ccdjyhz)
The famous church in Edinburgh is really big on the Royal Mile Road, because it's the first church I saw in England, so it feels very good! It's free to visit the church, but it costs 2 pounds to take pictures. It feels crazy to think about money. In fact, it feels better to take a ticket of 1 to 2 pounds for a person than to take pictures. Well, the large painted windows in the church are very beautiful. It's quite spacious and not very crowded.
St. Gills Cathedral is a place of worship for the Presbyterian Church in Scotland. It has been a religious hub in Edinburgh for 900 years. It is also known as Westminster Monastery in Scotland. Its unique Scottish crown spire constitutes a prominent feature of the Edinburgh skyline. There is a life-size statue of John Knox at the entrance of the church. He was a priest from 1559 to 1572. Knox issued an uncompromising Calvinist declaration at St. Ellis Cathedral and launched the Scottish Reform Movement. The church is free to visit, but if you want to take a picture, you need to pay 2 pounds, and then the staff will stick a sticker on your clothes to prove it. Someone in the church plays the piano on the spot. The beautiful music echoes in the church. People can't help stopping, sitting down, closing their eyes and indulging in it.
Down from Edinburgh Castle and down Royal Mile Avenue, you can find a cathedral, St. Gills Cathedral, the main cathedral of Edinburgh. The whole church is based on Gothic style. The top of the tower is designed with Scottish crown. It is beautiful and distinctive. There are no tickets for the visitors, but it costs 2 euros to take photos. The staff will put a label on their clothes. Although many tourists have been photographed without labels, it is better to comply with the regulations. The reliefs in the whole church are very beautiful. The pillars and domes in the church are made of large blocks of neat bricks and stones. The colours are different. They are very simple. The coloured windows around them are bigger and more transparent than the churches in France.
St. Giles Cathedral is a Scottish Presbyterian church, located at the midpoint of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland. Its unique Scottish crown spire constitutes a prominent feature of the Edinburgh skyline. The church has been the religious hub of Edinburgh for 900 years. Today, it is sometimes regarded as the mother church of Presbyterian churches all over the world.