Dreaming Stones: The Church and the Stone

A wonderful guided tour of a cemetery on the Isle of Skye, rich in the history of the island but also Clan MacLeod. The church of St Mary, in spite of its appearance, is not all that old, being built only in 1694, according to the date over the north door. Like most Scottish cemeteries, it is situated on the edge of the village, away from the lands of the living, echoing what we believe to be an ancient tradition. Outlander fans will enjoy the history behind the Fraser name too. A fascinating look at Scottish history and well worth heading over to read and to enjoy the photographs.

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