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This is the regimental chapel at Fort George, built in the 18th Century and located to the far West of the fort, near the bakery and brewhouse. Its plain, finely proportioned exterior has a polygonal chancel projecting from the east gable, and a squat western tower with battlments, flanked by rounded stair wings.
The building is still in use to this day by the Army’s 3 Scots Regiment, the Black Watch, where weddings, funerals, and services take place. Inside, the Chapel houses the Regimental Colours, old military flags. The clear windows in the chapel provide the interior with an extraordinary quality of light, enhancing the understated quality of its design.
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