Glasgow Cathedral was converted to a
Church of Scotland during the
reformation, so is no longer a true
cathedral. St Andrew's
Cathedral was built in Glasgow
centre in 1814, after the Roman
Catholic Relief Act of 1791, allowed
catholics to worship freely again.
The Necropolis with its elaborate
grave monuments, sitting high above the
cathedral, also attracts many
Museum is situated in the building
to the left in this image, for
information on Religious Life and Art.
Lordship, one of the oldest houses
in Glasgow, now a museum, is situated
just across the road, to the left in
this image. FREE Admission.
The Cathedral House Hotel
is situated just to the right in this
image, ideal for meals and drinks,
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