Home to many churches
The City of Stirling is home to many churches, which is surprising considering the modest size of this city in the heart (or central belt) of Scotland. The main city buildings are the theater, hall and municipal buildings, then there is the Scottish Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity (Anglican), with access from Albert Place or from Dumbarton Road, one of the arteries of the city. The interior is sober (very hard to take pictures) and the exterior is nice. The building is rectangular (small basilica with transept in the center) with symmetrical proportions that was renovated and took its current form in 1878, full time Victoriana.