By Mark Simms
The 16th century St Clement’s Church at Rodel in South Harris is the only medieval building of any notable size to survive intact in the Western Isles:
© Mark Simms Photography (2017)
I love the middle B&W Mark!
Thanks for showing us the inside. We ‘only’ drove by when we where there because we were focussed on nature, not so much culture 😉
Rodel is a lovely little church, but only worth a 30 minute distraction from the magnificent landscapes 😊
😀 it’s also very significant in Scottish history. Well, next time 😉
Been there done that- scary how many bloggers visited Harris this past year
I know……we could have had a convention 😊
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