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Architectural Detail of North Aisle, Hollyrood Abbey built by King David I in 1128 for Cannons Regular in Edinburgh Scotland

Architectural Detail of North Aisle, Hollyrood Abbey built by King David I in 1128 for Cannons Regular in Edinburgh Scotland Stock Photo
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Sallye Wilkinson / Alamy Stock Photo

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PPT8WN

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32.5 MB (1.9 MB Compressed download)

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Dimensions:

3894 x 2921 px | 33 x 24.7 cm | 13 x 9.7 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

17 September 2018

Location:

Edinburgh, Scotland

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Hollyrood Abbey was built by King David I, The Saint, of Scotland in 1123. Although added to over the centuries the medieval architecture remains poignant and inspiring. Hand-carved capitals top delicate columns along the north aisle. Below ancient memorial pavers salute worshiper and leaders from long ago.

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