St Kilda Women..1886....The St Kildans were of Hebridean stock and spoke Gaelic. They dressed in a manner similar to people from the Western Isles. In 1697 Martin Martin recorded that they loved music and games, but by the late nineteenth century their adherence to the Free Church of Scotland led to a less joyful life.
Knights Templar: Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian, Scotland. Founded in the mid-15th century by William Sinclair, who was descended from a noble family of Norman knights. The chapel is said to have many #Knights #Templar symbols, and has been featured in more than one novel.
Crathie Kirk is a small Church of Scotland parish church in the Scottish village of Crathie, best known for being the regular place of worship of the British Royal Family when they are holidaying at nearby Balmoral Castle.
St Cuthbert's Church is a parish church of the Church of Scotland within the Presbytery of Edinburgh. The church building is situated off Lothian Road in central Edinburgh at the foot of the castle, well below the level of Princes Street, surrounded by its churchyard. It was throughout the 19th century a fashionable church preferred by the rich burghers of the developing New Town User:Soofiaruth
Holyrood (means "Holy Cross") Abbey in Scotland. Reportedly, Robert the Bruce held parliament here. Multiple invading armies damaged the Abbey, which was finally plundered during the Scottish Reformation in 1559. I know it was important to make the point of rejecting wrongful worship, but, couldn't the just put a padlock on the door?