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HISTORIC CROSS BROUGHT INDOORS

The church of Kilmun, on the Holy Loch in Cowal, is an attractive 19th century building built not just for local parishioners but for the hordes of tourists and visitors who came on holiday in southern Argyll. At the west end of the church stand the remains of a stone tower dating to the 1450s, when the medieval parish kirk of Kilmun was made into a Collegiate Church by the grant of the Earl of Argyll.

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