Recognised as a city only in 1975, Perth has one cathedral, the Episcopalian Cathedral of St Ninian's.
2 Kirkwall: The capital of Orkney was built round St Magnus Cathedral, founded in memory of Saint Magnus Erlendsson, Earl of Orkney.
3 Dornoch: Dornoch Cathedral was founded in the 13th Century in the reign of King Alexander the Second.
The Cathedral is one of seven churches in the small town.
5 Whithorn: Whithorn Priory was founded in the 12th Century and served as a cathedral for many years.
Dating from the 13th Century, it is not strictly considered a cathedral, despite its name.
7 St Andrews: The Cathedral dates from 1158 and is now a ruin in the care of Historic Scotland.
8: Elgin: Sometimes called The Lantern of the North, the cathedral dates from 1224.
9 Dunkeld: Built in 1260, it stands on the north bank of the River Tay.
10 Fortrose: The Episcopal seat of the diocese of Ross.