Scottish Church Micro - Dundee, St Pauls Cathedral
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The cache is located at the junction of Commercial Street and the High Street. At this point you can find St. Paul's Cathedral.
Although it is known that a medieval castle once stood on the site that the Cathedral now occupies, it is thought that the site may have borne fortifications from as far back as 80AD. A small portion of the castle still remains within the Cathedral grounds. The foundation stone of the Cathedral was laid on July 21 1853 and it was completed 2 years later in 1855 for a final sum of £14,000. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and is in the style of the Middle or Decorated period of Gothic architecture.
There is also a statue in front of the cathedral dedicated to Adam Duncan.
As with all the city centre caches extra care should be taken when retrieveing and replacing. This isn't a nano so make sure it's well hidden!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum