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University Memorial Chapel, Glasgow by Mark Sutherland
Scotland
Designed by Sir J J Burnet in the Scots Gothic style this 1920's building is actually constructed with reinforced concrete, faced with stone. It is dedicated to former University students and staff who gave their lives in the two world wars.
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