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Glasgow Cathedral at Night
Scotland

Glasgow Cathedral is one of the oldest buildings still standing in Glasgow. It is also know as St Mungos' Cathedral, after the patron saint and founder of Glasgow who is also buried here.

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Taken: 24/05/2009
送信日: 24/05/2009
更新日: 08/07/2014
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