St Machar’s Cathedral
St. Machar’s Cathedral is named after a disciple of St. Columba, and the first place of worship on the site was built in 580AD. The current building mostly dates from the 12th to the 16th centuries and features a stunning heraldic ceiling. After William Wallace was executed, one portion of his body was buried here, in the walls of the cathedral.
St. Machar’s Cathedral, The Chanonry, Aberdeen, +44 1224 485988