Alyth Parish Church

Designed in Romanesque style by Thomas Hamilton.

Situated in a prominent position overlooking the town, Alyth Parish Church was completed in 1839 to a design by Thomas Hamilton, an Edinburgh architect who designed many of that city’s prominent buildings, including the monument to Robert Burns on Calton Hill. Essentially Romanesque in style, it has an unusually high spire.

In the porch of the Church stands a 7th-century Pictish stone. It was found in 1887 when levelling ground in front of the door of the Established Church manse which at at time was near the ruins of the old Kirk at the top of Toutie Street.

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