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St Giles Cathedral Thistle Chapel
Scotland

The thistle chapel within St Giles cathedral in Edinburgh is a private chapel for members of the order of the thistle. The members, known as Knights of the Thistle, are chosen personally by the monarch, the only Brittish royal order to be so chosen.

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