Glasgow, United Kingdom Vacations
Our Opinion of Glasgow
In the heart of Glasgow lies George Square, site of the Gallery of Modern Art, which houses a collection of contemporary Scottish art. On the Glasgow Green, the People's Palace showcases the city's social and political history, while the tomb of St. Mungo, the city's patron saint and founder (6th century), is located at Glasgow Cathedral, erected as of the 12th century. This Gothic style cathedral is the only mainland Scottish cathedral to have survived the upheaval of the religious movement called the Reformation. Near the cathedral is the oldest house in town (15th century), referred to as Provand's Lordship.
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