Rosemarkie Parish Church
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Off the High Street (A832)
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Overlooking the Moray Firth, Rosemarkie Church was built in 1821. Rectangular with tall windows and a pinnacled square tower at the west end. Pitch-pine interior with galleries of 1894 by John Robertson; the pulpit incorporates the 1821 crown-shaped canopy. Congregation united with Fortrose in 1967 and services alternate between the two church buildings.
Sunday: 11.30 am in February, April, June, August, October and December, 6.00 pm in other months
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