Today, I undertook a circular tour, Glasgow-Loch Lomond-Tyndrum-Oban-Kilmartin Glen-Lochgilphead-Inveraray-Glasgow.
Purpose of this trip was to collect tour guest at Oban who was returning from a sojourn on the island of Iona.
This evening, I am focusing on a stunning example of ecclesiastical architecture, namely Dornoch Cathedral in Sutherland, Scottish Highlands. Technically the building is no longer a Cathedral because, being part of the Presbyterian Church, there is no bishop. However, pre-Reformation (until 1560), the building was used for Roman Catholic worship and the name continues.