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Dunblane Cathedral is the larger of the two Church of Scotland parish churches serving Dunblane, near the city of Stirling, in central Scotland.
It dates back to the 12th century, most of what stands being constructed during the bishopric of Clement in the 13th century.
A cathedral in the Church of Scotland, which is presbyterian in constitution, is simply a parish church like any other, but the Church of Scotland continues to refer to Dunblane, like its other medieval cathedral churches, as "Cathedral" thus honouring their role in the development of the Christian witness throughout Scotland's history.
Today the building is maintained by Historic Scotland as a church of the Church of Scotland.
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