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Cille Choirill , Roy Bridge , Scotland
Scotland

Cille Choirill can be found off the A86 approx 2 miles east of Roy Bridge .

The church / chapel is thought to have originated around 600AD and had Catholic connections that go back to the Irish missionary St. Cairell at that time .

The church is situated high up with commanding views of Glen Spean and River Spean .

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Uploaded: 01/04/2012
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Tags: uk; scotland; roy bridge; church; chapel; river spean; glen spean
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