Britain's northernmost cathedral stands among trees on the banks of the River Ness in Inverness. If you visit St Andrew's Cathedral you'll discover a grand church with a traditional twin-towered facade. St Andrews was built in Victorian times and opened for services in 1869 and you'll see it is built from a distinctive red Tarradale stone, while inside there are impressive columns of polished granite from Peterhead. Although relatively modern, the interior of Inverness Cathedral is lavish place to explore. Look out for a decoratively tiled floor and colourful stained glass windows. The 'Cathedral of the Highlands' is open every day.
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