St Mary's Church
Pedestrianised High St leads west into Nethergate, flanked to the north by St Mary's Church . Most of the church dates from the 19th...
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Lonely Planet review
The heart of Dundee is City Sq, flanked to the south by the 1930s facade of Caird Hall , which was gifted to the city by a textile magnate and is now home to the City Chambers. A more recent addition to the square, unveiled in 2001, is a bronze statue of Desperate Dan , the lantern-jawed hero of children's comic the Dandy (he's clutching a copy in his right hand).
Pedestrianised High St leads west into Nethergate, flanked to the north by St Mary's Church . Most of the church dates from the 19th century, but the Old Steeple was built around 1460.