Kilmory Knap Chapel lies in South Knapdale, to the south of the Crinan Canal, and contains a wonderful collection of inscribed stones. (The chapel features in the Kilmartin guidebook.) The chapel is now in the care of Historic Scotland. The entrance into the churchyard has one of the smallest ‘Ministry of Works’ signs politely asking visitors to ensure that sheep do not enter the graves.
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