Renfrewshire, Scotland

St. Mirin's Cathedral, Paisley, Renfrewshire

Full dedication: St. Mirin's Cathedral Church
Became a Cathedral in ?

St. Mirin was the founder of what became Paisley Abbey, the most famous church in Paisley. There was no Cathedral here until the 20th century when this church, the Roman Catholic Cathedral was built.

The Cathedral is very much in the traditional style, but betrays it's modernity in the lack of detail on it's exterior. The interior is far more ornate, in the manner of Catholic churches.

Photo - Andrew J. Müller

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