Inchcolm Abbey, on Inchcolm Island in the Firth of Forth is Scotland’s best-preserved group of Monastic buildings.
David I invited Augustinian Canons who established a priory here in 1123 which became an Abbey in 1235.
Inchcolm Abbey is an Historic Scotland Category A Listed building. Ref:3573.
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