Trinity Temple is a historic ruin, listed as of European significance and possibly Scotland’s oldest University. The
building is the remains of a medieval monastery and college, founded by Beathag, daughter of Somerled. The building has been extended up to the 16th Century, but destroyed after the reformation. Again restored in the 19th Century by Dotair Ban.
The conservation of the Temple was completed in 2011.
To access the site, use the road by the old Church of Scotland and follow the signs.
Below is a quick, un edited walk around the Temple to give a feel for the site
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