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Glasgow Cathedral from the south

Little is known of the buildings that occupied this site before the 12th century. The first stone church was consecrated around 1136 but later destroyed by fire. It was replaced by a larger one in 1197 and from then on was added to and altered at varies times until the present day. The Cathedral is open to the public during the day.

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