Kenmore Village, a beautiful little town in the Breadalbane region of Highland Perthshire (Breadalbane means “Uplands of Scotland” in Gaelic) guarding the east of Loch Tay, itself dominated by the Kenmore Hotel and the impressive cruciform church housed in the square.
The church, which occupies a prominent position on a promontory at the east end of the Loch was built in 1760. It was possibly designed by William Baker, but was remodelled to its present form in 1870.
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Related shots can be found at: Highland Scotland.
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