Keills Chapel

Keills Chapel occupies an isolated south-facing slope, 6 miles (10 km) southwest of Tayvallich on a narrow stretch of land between Loch Sween and the Sound of Jura in Argyll and Bute. The Chapel contains one of the best collections of Celtic carvings in the West Highlands. These include the 9th C. Keills Cross as well as a set of ancient grave slabs, dating from the 15th C.

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