We knew that there was an interesting piece of Pictish art at Nigg Old Church before we took the wonderful tiny ferry from Cromarty, but were quite unprepared for the quality of the stone's carving or the superb presentation or the information on Scotland's social and religious history that can be found inside the church. The stone has recently been magnificently restored and re-erected in a striking modern setting with excellent lighting and a wealth of information. In all these respects it surpasses even the stone at Rosemarkie. Even without the stone, the old church would be an attractive place to visit. With it, it was one of the highlights of our holiday. I wish I could give it more than 5 stars!
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