st. andrew's cathedral, st. andrews, scotland

As I posted all last week, Jay and I were able to take a "quick" long weekend trip to Scotland a few weeks ago. We spent the first day wandering around our home base of Edinburgh, rented a car the second day to travel to some ruins south of the city, spent the third day taking a train north to St.Andrews, and then spent our last day lazing around Edinburgh again and indulging in a swanky traditional Scottish meal.

These photos were from our day trip to St. Andrews, at St. Andrews Cathedral.

The Cathedral was built in 1158 and measured over 391 ft long. Roughly only half of the outside structure remains, above is pictured one end with half of the main entrance standing in the center, and below, is pictured the other end.

Close-up of the half of the main entrance that remains erect.

Jay in the ruins of one of the naves.

View from the cemetery behind the cathedral.

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