Kilmartin Parish Church, Argyll & Bute, Western Scotland

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I took this photo back in 2013 to remind my-self that I have to visit this church, Kilmartin Parish Church, not so much the church which was built in 1834, but what is in the church and graveyard.  The graveyard has an important collection of early Christian and Medieval carved stones, known as the Kilmartin Stones.  Some are displayed within the parish church itself, others gathered together in the graveyard, others still remain lying within it.  We ran out of time in 2013 and I really regret that I didn’t get to see the stones, so hopefully in May……I will.

6 Replies to “Kilmartin Parish Church, Argyll & Bute, Western Scotland”

    1. Yes the church from a distance is really striking, they were older churches on the site, so i suppose they have built up over time. Looking forward to seeing too 🙂

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