Dundee City is the fourth-largest city in Scotland and one of the Scotland's 32 local government council regions. It is located on the northern banks of the Tay River's estuary. Dundee Scotland is as old as 800 years and both culturally and historically rich. In Scotland there is only one single repertory ensemble that is located in Dundee. In Dundee you will find Scotland's only full-time repertory ensemble, established in the 1930s. Dundee's principal concert auditorium, the Caird Hall frequently holds the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. Dundee Contemporary Arts houses an art gallery and an art house cinema which was opened in the year 1999 in the city. Dundee is also home to the Britain's only public observatory- Mills Observatory which is located at the top of the city's Balgay Hill. The chic McManus Galleries is a Gothic Revival-style building, sited in Albert Square. The gallery comprises of a museum and art gallery; exhibits that includes a collection of beautiful work of art, objects and artifacts that tell a tale about Dundee's history and its natural history. The Dundee Parish Church and the Steeple Church are the most well-known Church of Scotland buildings in Dundee. These churches are located on the site of the medieval parish church building of St Mary, of which just the 15th century west tower exists. The Church of Scotland Presbytery of Dundee at present consists of 45 congregations. The city of Dundee has are two cathedrals namely, St. Paul's which is a Scottish Episcopal and St. Andrew's Cathedral which belongs to the Roman Catholic congregation.