Today, I am posting a short video on Glasgow Cathedral which is or also called St Mungo’s Cathedral. It is the only Scottish medieval cathedral to have survived the Reformulation more or less intact, which was due to a division of the interior into three smaller churches. This cathedral was built during the 12th and the 13th centuries with the Sacristy and the Chapter House added in the early 14th century.
Today, the Cathedral is maintained by Historic Scotland. It is located close to the heart of city centre. Glasgow Cathedral is overlooked from the east by the Glasgow Necropolis whilst nearby is the St Mungo Museum built in 1993. It is a good tourist site. Expert Cathedral guides are available to groups visiting the Cathedral.

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