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Like a tapestry of epiphanies embellishing the mind, the buildings in St Andrews are all part of its charm. From ancient ruins to university quads, here is the most beautiful architecture that adds to the allure of Scotland’s favourite bubble.
St Salvator’s Hall is one of the many impressive St Andrews University halls of residence, which span the architectural gamut from brutalist to Gothic revival. Perhaps among the prettiest, St Salvator’s Hall, or Sallies, has Gothic idiosyncrasies and English domestic appeal. It’s like something J.K. Rowling would conjure up to complement Hogwarts. Frequented by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge back in their uni days, this building boasts myriads of striking windows and immaculate stone.