An early 16th Century runined church dedicated to St Maelrubha situated in an ancient graveyard in Arisaig with inspiring views over Loch nan Ceall. The old chapel is is two parts, the main open eastern section and an annex which is possibly contemporary. The chapel and surrounding cemetary contains many interesting gravestones and memorials spanning five centuries. It's principal interest to historians is it's unique collection of sculptured stones with fragments of images depicting archery, hunting and animals. The stones have been comprehensively described and documented (see information links).
A small bronze plaque on one of the dry stone walls surrounding the graveyard commemorates the fact that the remains of the gaelic poet Alexander Macdonald (Alasdair mac Mhaighstir Alasdair) are buried in a now forgotton spot somewhere in the graveyard. There is an interpretation board providing information about The Celebrated Poet, just outside the churchyard.
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