Pictures of St Giles Cathedral
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The gallery contains photos of St Giles taken from various vantage points and at different times of the day and year. Click on the thumbnails to see larger sized photographs of St Giles cathedral. The picture size on average is 80kb.
All photos are also available as large and very large, high resolution images which are suitable for use in printed materials. If you would like to use one of the Edinburgh pictures available on this website please get in touch.
See the bottom of the page for links to more information about visiting St Giles, Edinburgh's most photographed church.
Thistle Chapel in St Giles Cathedral
Stone carvings in ceiling just outside the Thistle Chapel
Picture of St Giles cathedral from the Royal Mile
Sun shining through stained glass windows in St Giles
Photo of the crown of St Giles from the Museum of Scotland rooftop
Section of stained glass window on the south side of St Giles
Larger view of the stained glass window in Edinburgh's most important cathedral
Light effects through the windows behind the organ
Stalls for the knights of the Order of the Thistle
Picture of the south side of St Giles cathedral
Chapel inside St Giles
The massive stone structure of St Giles
Wood carvings in the Thistle Chapel
Picture of angel playing the bagpipe
Photo of the 4,000 pipe organ in the cathedral
Looking towards the great east window
St Giles's organ
Picture of the east face of St Giles cathedral
Ceiling and woodwork in St Giles' Thistle Chapel
Ceiling and woodwork in the Thistle Chapel
Light effects through windows
Stonework outside the Thistle Chapel in St Giles
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