A Chill Mhor, the great cell, refers to the old church, now a ruin beside the present church, a large rectagular whitewashed building with lancet windows. Designed by John Mackenzie and built 1876, its Victorian furnishings are complete. Notable monuments flank the pulpit including one of 1768 to Sir James Macdonald. Close by is Sabhal M’r Ostaig, a steading of 1840 converted into a Gaelic college.
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