St Giles Church

Located near the Elgin Museum, Elgin, Moray, St Giles Church was built in 1825 by Archibald Simpson of Aberdeen and was created in a Greek Revival style. The western end of the church is dominated by a Doric portico with pediment, to the East a square tower supports a columned drum which was modelled on the Choragic Monument of Lysicrates in Athens.

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