Royal mile church
ST. GILES' CATHEDRAL ( ) reintroduced Bishops to this Presbyterian Scottish church, however in 1688 it lost its Bishop during the glorious revolution but has always retained the name. Within the chapel are nineteen stalls the pinnacles displaying the crests of the present members, two royal stalls and the tallest and grandestThe Royal Mile is a succession of streets forming the main thoroughfare of the Old Town of the city of Edinburgh in Scotland. The term was first used descriptively in W M Gilbert's Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century (1901), with its Castle and Palace and the royal mile between , and was further popularised as the title of a guidebook, published in 1920. royal mile church
St Gile's Cathedral. One of the main monument on the Royal Mile Edinburgh is the St Gile's Cathedral also known as the High Kirk of Edinburgh. Its most famous feature is the crownshaped spire.
Royal Mile Market, Edinburgh, United Kingdom. 1K likes. The Tron Kirk on Edinburghs historic Royal Mile has been transformed into the capitals first Royal Mile, touristic street of Old Town Edinburgh City in Scotland, with Tron Kirk, former gothic church, now functioned as The Hub St Giles Cathedral in High Street The Royal Mile of Edinburgh Scotland with main entrance as seen from westroyal mile church Edinburghs Castlehill forming part of the Royal Mile. The former Victorian church houses The Hub, an information service for the Edinburgh International Festival. On the right is The Scotch Whisky Experience and on the left the Camera Obscura tower and shops.