This afternoon I am providing some information on Provand’s Lordship which is Glasgow’s second oldest building from the medieval period. The building was a manse belonging to the clergy of Barlanark or Provan but is believed to have been built as a manse for the hospital of St. Nicholas. The building dates from about 1471 and was built by Andrew Muirhead. This ancient building is well worth a visit and is conveniently close to the Cathedral and Necropolis.

The image is a view of the rear of the building.

Tour Glasgow with Catswhiskerstours

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