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Glasgow Cathedral Sacristy
Scotland

This apartment dates from the mid-thirteenth century and was rebuilt in the fifteenth century. The Sacristy is dominated on the south wall by the the Royal Coat of Arms for Scotland bearing the motto "Nemo Me Impune Lacesset".

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