Roslyn Chapel

Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew (more commonly known as Rosslyn Chapel) is a small Catholic church in Midlothian outside of Edinburgh and dates back to the mid-15th Century. The chapel was the setting for part of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code and now gets many tourists visiting. Last year a new visitors centre opened and there is currently major restoration works being done on the chapel itself (mainly the roof from what I could see). In my photograph above I used the memorial on the right to hide much of the scaffolding.

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