Replacing an earlier structure and largely built in the 15th and 16th centuries when Stirling was the capital of the Kingdom of Scotland, the Church of the Holy Rude stands at the top of the ancient Royal Burgh. Scotland's finest medieval parish church, still incomplete, connects the Kingdom of Scotland to the Kingdom of God.

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