The Magdalen Chapel, Edinburgh
Originally founded in the 16th century, the building served both as a Chapel and a Guildhall for the Incorporation of the Hammermen. Prior to the Scottish Reformation in the mid-1500s, the Chapel was used as a precursor to Edinburgh University, with academic lectures organised by Mary of Guise and her court. It later became the location of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland, and is now the focal point of the Scottish Reformation Society.
The Church itself has the only remaining pre-Reformation stained-glass windows in Scotland, even more significant because the contain the crest of Mary of Guise, as one of the patrons linked to the Chapel. The restored chair also dates from the early 18th century, and there are many other historical features linked to the Hammermen and the City of Edinburgh itself.