The Church of Scotland has produced a series of full-spectrum photos which allow viewers to immerse themselves in the beautiful surroundings of churches across the country.
The Church of Scotland hopes this project will spark a nationwide celebration of the benefits these ancient buildings bring.
"Often churches are the first place people encounter Christianity, and they help us in our mission of sharing the good news of Jesus. How we use them to best advantage is always a challenge because whilst we shape them, they also shape us." - Rev Norman Smith, Minister at Granton Parish Church
You can view the 360 videos of up to 10 churches on the Church of Scotland YouTube channel, and you can explore photographs of each church on the Church of Scotland Flickr profile. If you are experiencing difficulties viewing the tours, please ensure you are using an updated browser.
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Here are a selection of the churches featured in the CARTA 360 project.
Please visit the YouTube channel to view the following churches: St Brides Sanquhar, St Andrew's Parish Church Arbroath, Pitlochery, Kirkwall East Church, Castlemilk Parish Church, St Ayel's Anstruther, St Columba's London, St Andrew's and St George's Edinburgh, and Ceres Parish Church.
Dalmeny Kirk is a Romanesque 12th century church at the heart of Dalmeny village.
The Kirk is Scotland's only complete example of a Norman church.
Situated on the south side of the Firth of Forth near South Queensferry, the kirk stretches back through the centuries to the days of the early Celtic Saints.
You can explore Dalmeny Kirk through the 360 video on Facebook.