St Giles' Cathedral is one of the oldest and most significant buildings in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland. It served as the principal place of worship for Edinburgh’s inhabitants since its founding in the 12th century. The cathedral is a renowned architectural feat with its crown shaped spire that is visible from nearly anywhere in the city. It is also home to several significant historical monuments including the Nation’s War Memorial, and the Thistle Chapel. The historic building is also known for its teaming music program and also for being the site of the annual ceremony of the Order of the Thistle. Visitors may join guided tours or explore its hallowed spaces at their own pace. The cathedral is also well worth a visit for its stunning stained glass windows, old stone carvings, and its beautiful chapels.
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