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University of Glasgow, Undercroft
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The University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the English-speaking world,  established in 1451. The Undercroft (commonly known as The Cloisters) is one of the most photographed part of the campus and was designed and built by George Gilbert Scott in the 1870s.

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