Sir William St Clair established Rosslyn Chapel as a place of prayer in 1446, and weekly services are still held there. Since then, the beauty of its rural Midlothian environment, as well as the hidden meaning of its beautiful masonry, has inspired, attracted, and interested authors, artists, and tourists. Rosslyn Chapel is a year-round attraction located approximately 7 miles south of Edinburgh city centre and in the Scottish Borders. For years, the Chapel has been a favourite tourist site. It began to appear on itineraries in the late 18th century, and its popularity skyrocketed with the release of Dan Brown's novel The Da Vinci Code in 2003 and the film adaptation. The Rosslyn Chapel Trust was founded in 1995 to look after the Chapel and manage its conservation and public access.
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