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Glasgow Cathedral
Glasgow Cathedral

Photo credit: Euan Nelson, CC BY-SA 2.0, (source: Geograph)

The awe-inspiring building dedicated to Saint Kentigern, also known as Saint Mungo, was built in the 1100s and drew countless pilgrims to his shrine. Today, it’s the most complete medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland, having survived the Protestant Reformation almost intact.

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Glasgow Cathedral is managed by Historic Environment Scotland

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Glasgow Cathedral

Cathedral Place, Glasgow, Glasgow G4 0QZ Scotland

0141 552 6891/0988

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