Tour Scotland St Vigeans.
The church of St Vigeans served as parish church to the inhabitants
of Arbroath up to the Reformation. Built of the local red sandstone, it was a large and impressive
example of a Scottish medieval parish kirk. There was once a legend that the kirk was built with
stones used by an enslaved Kelpie, and for several years the local congregation would not enter
the church during certain services for fear the building would collapse due to the Kelpie's curse.
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