St Michaels Linlithgow Church of Scotland


St Michael's Linlithgow Church of Scotland

St Michael's Linlithgow Church of Scotland - St. Michael's Parish Church, 360 Degree View pictures of one of the largest burgh churches in the Church of Scotland. It is one of two parishes serving the West Lothian county town of Linlithgow, the other being St. Ninian's Craigmailen. St Michael is the town's patron saint; the town's motto is "St Michael is kinde to strangers".

King David I of Scotland granted a charter for the establishment of the church in 1138. The church was built on the site of an older church and was consecrated in 1242. Following a fire in 1424, most of the present building dates from the mid 15th century, with extensive restorations in the 19th century. Parts of the Church of St Michael were brought into use as they were completed, and the church was completed in 1540.

Built immediately to the south of Linlithgow Palace, the church was much favoured as a place of worship by Scottish Kings and Queens. Mary, Queen of Scots, was born in Linlithgow Palace on 8 December 1542 and was baptised in St Michael’s Church.

Gear I used in this video :

360 Degree Spherical Camera

St Michael's Linlithgow Church of Scotland


EXPOSURE - 1/10 sec @ f2
ISO = 64
FOCAL LENGTH = 1.3mm (35mm = 4mm)

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