This evening, I am focusing on a period roughly spanning the years 1119 to 1492, a period during which Glasgow’s medieval ecclesiastical centre, based on the Cathedral, played an important role in the economic development of the town. Although much of the medieval town lies under Victorian architecture, there are visible remains which provide hints to the past, as illustrated below.   WESTPORT This was the western entrance to the medieval burgh. Image below shows view from the head of Argyle Street towards Trongate.   

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