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Glasgow Cathedral

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A: The Quire Glasgow Cathedral

Par Peter Stark, à moins de 10 mètres

The Quire Glasgow Cathedral

B: The Quire Glasgow Cathedral

Par Peter Stark, à 10 mètres

This area is the centre of the religious worship and is where the two Sunday Services are held. Whils...

The Quire Glasgow Cathedral

C: Blacader Aisle Glasgow Cathedral

Par Peter Stark, à 20 mètres

Blacader Aisle, probably intended as an undercroft for a chapel above, is said to occupy the site of ...

Blacader Aisle Glasgow Cathedral

D: blacader Aisle

Par Angus McPhee, à 30 mètres

blacader Aisle

E: Glasgow Cathedral Sacristy

Par Peter Stark, à 30 mètres

This apartment dates from the mid-thirteenth century and was rebuilt in the fifteenth century. The Sa...

Glasgow Cathedral Sacristy

F: The Nave, Glasgow Cathedral

Par Peter Stark, à 40 mètres

The Nave: Is a stunning example of medieval Gothic architecture. The open timber roof is of late medi...

The Nave, Glasgow Cathedral

G: Glasgow Cathedral

Par Daniel Oi, à 40 mètres

Glasgow Cathedral

H: Glasgow Cathedral

Par Rob van Gils, à 60 mètres

Glasgow Cathedral is, strictly, no longer a cathedral as it has not been the seat of a bishop since t...

Glasgow Cathedral

I: Glasgow Cathedral at Night

Par Daniel Oi, à 80 mètres

Glasgow Cathedral is one of the oldest buildings still standing in Glasgow. It is also know as St Mun...

Glasgow Cathedral at Night

J: Sunset over the Necropolis

Par Daniel Oi, à 120 mètres

The site of the Glasgow Necropolis, which overlooks the city, was acquired by the Merchant's House in...

Sunset over the Necropolis

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