Inside the Chapel

St Salvators Chapel, St Andrews, is a excellent example of Late Gothic architecture. Founded in 1450 the chapel has a long history.

Originally founded with a missionary as well as an educational function the chapel is still in use today for sunday services and many a wedding.

This shot down the central aisle shows the unusual sideways seating layout, with the Altar being visible at the far end of the chapel.

See it Large

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