St Conan's Kirk

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On the shore above Loch Awe in Argyll stands one of the most unusual churches in Scotland, Saint Conan's Kirk. Although the building looks ancient it was in fact only dedicated in 1930. Walter Campbell of Blythswood decided to extend the small parish church which stood on the site to create a memorial for the Campbell's of Blythswood family and work began in 1907.


Read more about the kirk and its builder  here>>>

Photography by  Lynn Davison-Suckow

 



 
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