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“Actually more of a cemetery than a park but very historic and with great views of the Cathedral (known as High Kirk of Glasgow or St Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral). There are actually two other cathedrals in Glasgow, but this is the oldest in Scotland (dating from the late 12th century)”
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Kirkja
“This cathedral is Glasgow’s most significant historic building, also known as St. Mungo Cathedral or high kirk of Glasgow. The grandest room in the cathedral is the crypt housing, the tomb of St. Mungo who was buried there in AD 603. Next door is the St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, which examines the world religions, their rites and how they dealt with issues of life and death. The exhibits include Egyptian mummies, Hindu statues and a Xen Buddhist garden in the courtyard Location- castle street ”
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“Converted church - bar/restaurant/theatre/music venue. It has a lovely outdoor area/beer garden in the summer ( weather permitting)”
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Kirkja
“Govan Old Parish Church was a parish church in the Church of Scotland, serving Govan in Glasgow. The church is also home to the Govan Stones. The stones have been dated back to the 9th–11th centuries when the Vikings raided the Clyde region. The remaining stones are a sarcophagus, five hogback stones and thirty-one recumbent gravestones. Each stone weighs half a ton. and is carved with elaborate designs of carved crosses and cross shafts The centrepiece of the collection is the sarcophagus, which is thought to commemorate St. Constantine, the son of Pictish king Kenneth MacAlpin. It features carvings of hunting scenes and warrior figures. Carved from solid stone, the sarcophagus is the only one of its kind from pre-Norman, Northern Britain. In August 2017, the Govan Stones were voted Scotland's best 'hidden gem' in a nationwide competition, receiving more than two thousand votes in the nationwide poll.They have been described as of international significance.”
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Sögufrægur staður
“If you want to see some Charles Rennie Mackintosh then obviously there are some fantastic buildings and museums that will do you proud, but Queens Cross Church is just round the corner (corner of Garscube Road and Maryhill Road), and is usually open at the weekend if you want to pop in for a look-see – and of course it’s lovely.”
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Kirkja
“Designed by the architect James Sellar and completed in 1876. It is modelled on the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris.”
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Kirkja
“A good number of events and community connections, including English classes, International & cultural events, and regular Sunday services. The church meets at 25 Bath Street, 73 Claremont Street (south Kelvingrove area), and also in Queenspark. The history of the church dates back to 1687 (although some of the members have changed during that time). From 1940 until 2013 the church met on Buchanan Street in the SGT building (St Georges Tron).”
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Kirkja
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Village
“Green, beautiful cemetery located on a little hill. Good for a walk in the rain and spotting foxes, deer, and sunsets.”
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Kirkja
“Glasgow is home to a number of magnificent churches. Amongst the most impressive is St Aloysius’ Roman Catholic Church, which boasts an opulent Renaissance design based on the Church of the Gesù in Rome and houses a copy of the famous Our Lady of Montserrat statue, one of only two outside Catalonia. Another must-visit is the Mackintosh Queen’s Cross, the only church designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.”
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Kirkja
“Gothic revival church, now taken over by Cottier's Theatre and called Websters Theatre. Go to Cottier's website to see what is on at the Lansdowne, theatre on your doorstep!”
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Kirkja
“Multi-faith chapel in the main university buildings. It's lovely inside and has the pews facing each across the aisle (rather than facing the front - just like at Wills and Kate's royal wedding”
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