Glasgow Necropolis, Glasgow

On a low but very prominent hill to the east of Glasgow Cathedral, you’ll be astonished to find the burial site for over 50,000 people.

Walk through the original 1836 gates to wander amongst the 3000 or so monuments dotted around the necropolis (although typically for the period, not every grave has a gravestone). You can climb to the top of the hill to admire the statue of John Knox (the founder of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland), dating back to 1825.

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