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Stone carving above main entrance to Rosslyn Chapel

Rosslyn Chapel is one of Scotland's gems. It is only about the size of a Parish Church but has the quality of carving you'll see on any of the grand English Cathedrals. Today it is used by the Scottish Episcopal Church and the building is maintaed by The Rosslyn Chapel Trust.

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