St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow

This 19th-century cathedral in Glasgow’s West End tops 63-metres and is open daily to visitors at service times from May to September. The cathedral was originally a church, first opened on the site on 9 November 1871, though the spire wasn’t finished until 1983. It wasn’t until 1908 that it became a cathedral.

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