Historic churches in Scotland (A - D)

Aberfeldy, St Andrew's Church - Dunnottar Church and Marischal Aisle

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  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating
Aberfeldy, St Andrew's Church Aberfeldy, St Andrew's Church Aberfeldy Tayside 3 Heritage Rating
Arbuthnott, St Ternan's Church Arbuthnott, St Ternan's Church Arbuthnott Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
Auchindoir, St Mary's Church Auchindoir, St Mary's Church Auchindoir Grampian Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Balnakeil Church Balnakeil Church Durness Highlands and Islands 3 Heritage Rating
Birnie Church Birnie Church Paddockhaugh Grampian 4 Heritage Rating
Blackfriars Chapel Blackfriars Chapel St Andrews Fife Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Bowmore Round Church Bowmore Round Church Bowmore Strathclyde 3 Heritage Rating
Brechin Cathedral Brechin Cathedral Brechin Tayside 4 Heritage Rating
Canongate Kirk Canongate Kirk Edinburgh Lothian 3 Heritage Rating
Castle Semple Collegiate Church Castle Semple Collegiate Church Howwood Strathclyde Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Chapel Finian Chapel Finian Port William Dumfries and Galloway Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Church of St Michael, Linlithgow Church of St Michael, Linlithgow Linlithgow Lothian 4 Heritage Rating
Church of the Holy Rude Church of the Holy Rude Stirling Central Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Cill Chaitriona Cill Chaitriona Balnahard Strathclyde 5 Heritage Rating
Cill Chriosd (Kilchrist Church) Cill Chriosd (Kilchrist Church) Broadford Highlands and Islands 3 Heritage Rating
Cille Bharra Church Cille Bharra Church Eoligarry Highlands and Islands 4 Heritage Rating
Clachan Church Grave Slabs Clachan Church Grave Slabs Clachan Strathclyde 3 Heritage Rating
Clachan Church, Applecross Clachan Church, Applecross Applecross Highlands and Islands 4 Heritage Rating
Cockburnspath Parish Church Cockburnspath Parish Church Cockburnspath Borders 3 Heritage Rating
Cowie Chapel, St Mary of the Storms Cowie Chapel, St Mary of the Storms Stonehaven Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
Cross Kirk, Peebles Cross Kirk, Peebles Peebles Borders Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Cruggleton Church Cruggleton Church Garlieston Dumfries and Galloway 2 Heritage Rating
Cullen Old Kirk Cullen Old Kirk Cullen Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
Dalgety, St Bridget's Kirk Dalgety, St Bridget's Kirk Dalgety Fife Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Deskford Church Deskford Church Kirktown of Deskford Grampian Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Douglas, St Brides Church Douglas, St Brides Church Douglas Strathclyde Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Doune Church Doune Church Macduff Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
Duffus, St Peter's Kirk and Parish Cross Duffus, St Peter's Kirk and Parish Cross Duffus Grampian Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Dunblane Cathedral Dunblane Cathedral Dunblane Central Scotland Historic Scotland 4 Heritage Rating
Dunglass Collegiate Church Dunglass Collegiate Church Cockburnspath Lothian Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Dunkeld Cathedral Dunkeld Cathedral Dunkeld Tayside Historic Scotland 3 Heritage Rating
Dunnottar Church and Marischal Aisle Dunnottar Church and Marischal Aisle Stonehaven Grampian 3 Heritage Rating
  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating

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