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The Nave, Glasgow Cathedral
Scotland

The Nave: Is a stunning example of medieval Gothic architecture. The open timber roof is of late medieval design and much of the timber may date from the fourteenth century. The floor and walls are interlaced with various historic relics, the most striking of these is the stained glass windows.

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