The Cathedral at St. Andrews

One of the more stunning sights on the Oxford Study Tour is that of the ruins of the Cathedral of St. Andrew. Built in 1158, it was stripped of its altars and images during the Scottish reformation and abandoned in 1561. Today, the ruins stand as a reminder of what once was.


And though the edifice no longer stands complete, the Open Virtual Worlds project has made it possible to step back in time (to 1318) take a virtual tour of what the cathedral would have looked like in 1318, the year of its consecration.

Take a look, and then contact me about joining us in Oxford and Scotland this summer. Get information on the Oxford Study Program here.

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