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Kirks and chapels of Scotland
Hi everyone, I make this topic because in May (if the situation allows me obviously) I'll be travelling by foot only accross the whole Scotland for months. During this trip I would really love to discover the scottish kirks and chapels. In your beautiful country, I know there are a lot of them, full of history, but I struggle to find them in the internet or the books I find in France.
It's way easier to find castles and castles's ruins and I definitly will include A LOT of them in my walking trip, but I give so much importance to kirks, chapels, abbeys (even ruins), especially in the countrysides, forests, lands etc. Peacefull places full of history.
I'd be gratefull if someone has any suggestion of patrimony for me to visit.
Thank you very much.