The Pale Blue House House lies on the road to Wern
Cairn on Glaisdale Rigg A well constructed cairn just off the road. Overlooking Glaisdale.
|Title||Church Lane, Brechin Brechin owes its origins to the medieval Cathedral, the oldest building in the Burgh, and the Celtic monastery which preceded it. Church Lane leads to the Cathedral and Round Tower.|
|Photo's author||Trish Steel User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||19 May 2008 00:00:00|
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Church Lane, Brechin Brechin owes its origins to the medieval Cathedral, the oldest building in the Burgh, and the Celtic monastery which preceded it. Church Lane leads to the Cathedral and Round Towe…
Brechin Round Tower The Round Tower is joined to the Cathedral and is best seen from the rear.
Brechin Cathedral Brechin Cathedral from Church Lane. The cathedral was founded by David I in 1153 as part of his policy of introducing diocesan episcopacy to Scotland.
Brechin Round Tower and Brechin Cathedral As viewed from graveyard.
Round Tower, Brechin Detached round towers, were built in Ireland between 900 and the 1180's. They were called cloichtheach in Gaelic, literally meaning bell-house. There are only two round towers in …
Brechin Cathedral The interior of the Cathedral.
Early Scottish Cross, Brechin Cathedral The stone was found in the graveyard of Aldbar Chapel near Brechin in 1771. It dates from around the 9th century.