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The Quire Glasgow Cathedral
Scotland

This area is the centre of the religious worship and is where the two Sunday Services are held. Whilst the congregation are members of The Church of Scotland many other denominations attend these Services and others of national and civic importance. All faiths are welcome.

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Taken: 03/04/2009
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Updated: 01/03/2015
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