St. Ninians

Description


St. Ninians is a long-standing settlement which is now a district of the city of Stirling in central Scotland. It is located approximately one mile south of the city centre. It was originally known as Eccles (i.e. 'church'), and may have been a Christian site from an unusually early date (possibly 5th or 6th century). Later called 'St. Ringan's' (a variant of St Ninian's). This church was the administrative centre for churches across the strath of the River Forth. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Nearby points of interest.

You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with what to see / tourism / history museums, Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments, Waterfalls

what to see / tourism / history museums

  1. Menstrie Castle
  2. Stirling Smith Museum and Art Gallery

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Cambuskenneth
  2. Cowie, Aberdeenshire

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Torwood Castle

Waterfalls

  1. Auchinlinnylinn Spout

Other interest places

  1. Bridge of Allan
  2. Bannockburn
  3. Batalla del Puente de Stirling
  4. Batalla de Sheriffmuir
  5. Rueda de Falkirk
  6. Batalla de Bannockburn
  7. Blair Drummond
  8. Blairlogie
  9. Tullibody
  10. Dunblane
  11. St. Ninians
  12. Stirling services
  13. Stoneywood, Falkirk
  14. Stirling

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