Located on the historic hills of Holyrood Park in Edinburgh, Scotland, are the mysterious ruins of St Anthony’s Chapel. Although there is reason to believe that this startling historical sight dates back to the 14th century, not much is known about its exact origins. But doesn’t this lack of information add to its intrigue?
Staring at the craggy remnants of what once would have been an active religious building during medieval times evokes a feeling of sheer wonder. This spot – which is actually en route to the peak of Edinburgh’s highest hill, Arthur’s Seat – is also a nice place to enjoy views over this gorgeous Scottish city.
Have you ever visited Edinburgh? Did you visit this ruin?