Prints and Stock images of Church of the Holy Rude
Not far away from Stirling Castle lies the Church of the Holy Rude, the second oldest building in Stirling. The church was founded in 1129 but was later destroyed by fire. Construction on this church began around 1414. The Church of the Holy Rude welcomes visitors and the congregation belongs to the Church of Scotland.
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