Historic churches in Scotland (E - K)

Eassie Old Church - Kirkmadrine Early Christian Stones

  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating
Eassie Old Church Eassie Old Church Eassie Tayside 3 Heritage Rating
Edrom Aisle Edrom Aisle Edrom Borders Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Eileach an Naoimh Eileach an Naoimh Strathclyde Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Eilean Mor: St Cormac's Chapel Eilean Mor: St Cormac's Chapel Kilmory Strathclyde Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Elgin Cathedral Elgin Cathedral Elgin Grampian Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Eynhallow Church Eynhallow Church Highlands and Islands Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Fetteresso, St Ciaran's Old Church Fetteresso, St Ciaran's Old Church Kirktown of Fetteresso Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
Fortrose Cathedral Fortrose Cathedral Fortrose Highlands and Islands Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Glasgow Cathedral Glasgow Cathedral Glasgow Strathclyde Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Grandtully, St Mary's Church Grandtully, St Mary's Church Grandtully Tayside Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh Edinburgh Lothian 4 Heritage Rating
Haddington, St Mary's Church Haddington, St Mary's Church Haddington Lothian 4 Heritage Rating
Hilton of Cadboll Chapel Hilton of Cadboll Chapel Hilton of Cadboll Highlands and Islands Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Howmore Chapel Howmore Chapel Howmore Highlands and Islands 4 Heritage Rating
Inchkenneth Chapel Inchkenneth Chapel Balnahard Strathclyde Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Innerpeffray Chapel Innerpeffray Chapel Crieff Tayside Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Italian Chapel Italian Chapel Lamb Holm Highlands and Islands 3 Heritage Rating
Keills Chapel Keills Chapel Keills Strathclyde Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Kilchiaran Chapel and Cup Stone Kilchiaran Chapel and Cup Stone Port Charlotte Strathclyde 4 Heritage Rating
Kilchoman Crosses and Old Church Kilchoman Crosses and Old Church Kilchoman Strathclyde 4 Heritage Rating
Kildalton Cross Kildalton Cross Kildalton Strathclyde Historic Scotland 5 Heritage Rating
Kilkivan Chapel and Graveyard Kilkivan Chapel and Graveyard Machrinhanish Strathclyde 3 Heritage Rating
Kilmartin Crosses Kilmartin Crosses Kilmartin Strathclyde 3 Heritage Rating
Kilmartin Sculptured Stones Kilmartin Sculptured Stones Kilmartin Strathclyde Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Kilmeny Old Parish Church Kilmeny Old Parish Church Ballygrant Strathclyde 2 Heritage Rating
Kilmodan Sculptured Stones Kilmodan Sculptured Stones Kilmodan Strathclyde Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Kilmory Knap Chapel Kilmory Knap Chapel Kilmory Strathclyde Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Kilnave Chapel and Cross Kilnave Chapel and Cross Kilnave Strathclyde 4 Heritage Rating
Kilphedder Cross Kilphedder Cross Scolpaig Highlands and Islands 3 Heritage Rating
Kincardine O'Neil Auld Kirk Kincardine O'Neil Auld Kirk Kincardine O'Neil Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
King's College Chapel, Aberdeen King's College Chapel, Aberdeen Aberdeen Grampian 4 Heritage Rating
Kinkell Church Kinkell Church Inverurie Grampian Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Kinneff Old Church Kinneff Old Church Kinneff Grampian 4 Heritage Rating
Kirkheugh, St Mary's Church Kirkheugh, St Mary's Church St Andrews Fife Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Kirkmadrine Early Christian Stones Kirkmadrine Early Christian Stones Clachanmore Dumfries and Galloway Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating

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