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Fortrose Cathedral
Fortrose Cathedral

Photo credit: DeFacto, CC BY-SA 4.0, (source: Wikimedia Commons)

Fortrose Cathedral stands in a green square at the heart of Fortrose, edged by mature trees. Tradition holds that the diocese of Ross has existed since about 700 AD. The oldest part of the present ruins at Fortrose date from the 1300s. Only a small portion of the building remains upstanding, but it contains some fine architectural details – including outstanding stone vaulting and remains of the window tracery.

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Fortrose Cathedral

Cathedral Square, Fortrose, Highland IV10 8SU Scotland

0131 668 8600

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  • 20 October 2021

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