Dunglass Collegiate Church
The greenery provides an excellent setting for the soft shades and gently polished shapes of the stonework: the original building (1450) was composed of a nave and chancel and a tower and transept were added later. Although used as a barn in the 18C, this late Gothic building has preserved its charm and high-quality decorative sculptures. With its square chevet, stone flag roofing and angular buttresses, it is a fine example of 15C religious architecture.
Nearby tourist attractions
Red sandstone rocks overlook this lovely
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