St Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh
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St Mary’s Cathedral in Edinburgh

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St Mary’s Cathedral in Edinburgh

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Thanks to a lovely invitation from the Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa (an authentic treat on which I’ll write more soon) I got the chance to go back to Edinburgh and enjoy once again its impressive architecture.

St Mary’s Cathedral, whose design and decorations were inspired by the early Gothic Churches and Abbeys, is the largest in Scotland. The Cathedral, which was built between 1874 and consecrated in 1989, was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, one of the most important architects of  ‘Gothic revival’, the artistic movement that started in England in the 1840s.

Travel addict and passionate about photography, Simon Falvo started Wild About Travel back in 2009. Leveraging her strong PR background, she developed an extensive knowledge of Digital Communications and Social Media Marketing. Besides travel writing SImon holds workshops and trainings, she collaborated with tourism boards for digital marketing campaigns and participated as a speaker at several events.

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2 Comments
  • Lori
    Posted at 18:50h, 30 July Reply

    How totally stunning! I adore gothic art and architecture and this is just amazing! The craftsmanship that went into this church is mind boggling – truly a lost art it today’s world. Thanks for sharing!

    • Simon
      Posted at 03:48h, 31 July Reply

      Thank you, Lori. I love gothic art as well, its elegance. And my favorite interiors are the ones that have been preserved by the many later (often baroque or neoclassical) additions. If you get the chance, have a look at the photos of Barcelona and Orvieto Cathedrals. Cheers.

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