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Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral

a young visitor"s guide

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Published by Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Glasgow Cathedral.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMackintosh School of Architecture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18p. :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15346781M
    ISBN 100951152807

    The modern and vibrant city of Glasgow features a splendid monument dating back to the Middle Ages: the 12th-century Glasgow Cathedral, also known as High Kirk of Glasgow, St Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral. The dark spire and green roofs proudly tower over the city’s contemporary buildings. The tomb of the eponymous Scottish saint and the beautiful Victorian cemetery draw many visitors. A journey up our spiral staircase will result in our 8 unique rooms. They combine pared back style with honest home comforts. Each room has its own design and character and many of the rooms have unparalleled views of Glasgow Cathedral and the stunning Necropolis. All of our quirky rooms have handmade beds, crisp cotton linen and monsoon showers.

    Book a vacation photographer in Glasgow at Glasgow Cathedral and the Necropolis! Capture family vacations, honeymoon, engagement trips or proposals with Flytographer. Glasgow Cathedral stands near the heart of Scotland’s largest city. It’s the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the Protestant Reformation of virtually intact. Around it there used to be a chanonry – a precinct where the bishops (and, later, archbishops) and clergy lived.

    Visit Glasgow Cathedral to see one of Scotland’s most revered Gothic buildings and impressive stained-glass windows. See remnants of Scotland’s medieval history and learn tales about long-lost heroes. Glasgow Cathedral is the pride of the city.   The Glasgow Necropolis is a Victorian garden cemetery sited on a hill overlooking Glasgow Cathedral that’s the final resting place of fifty thousand Scots. Category: Park, Religious site Suitable for ages: 0 to 10 years, 11 to 18 years, 18+ years, 65+ years.


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: The Book of Glasgow Cathedral: A History and Description (Classic Reprint) (): George Eyre-Todd: BooksPrice: $   To commemorate the th anniversary of the birth of this undeservedly neglected figure () and the th anniversary of the end of World War I (), a new book has been written by Cathedral Elder Andrew Ralston and published by the Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral under the title: ‘Lauchlan MacLean Watt: Preacher, Poet and Piping Padre’ (retail price: £).

All proceeds. Jedburgh was within the diocese of Glasgow, and the choir and transept of the abbey church (if nothing more) were erected during the episcopate of Achaius. The transept projects but slightly beyond the.

Glasgow Cathedral is the oldest Cathedral in Scotland and the only one to survive the Scottish Reformation of the 15th century intact. Officially named as St. Kentigern's — but usually known as St. Mungos — it is the property of the Crown, rather than of any church and looked after by a government agency, Historic Environment Scotland.

Glasgow Cathedral is widely recognised as one of the top tourist sights in the city, a distinction that’s totally justified in my opinion because this building is one of the most beautiful in Glasgow, if not the whole of Scotland.

The Painted Windows of Glasgow Cathedral (Dougan Add. ) is a volume containing 43 photographs taken by Thomas Annan, Glasgow’s famous pioneering photographer who is best known for his Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow.

The book was published by Annan in the city inand was dedicated to Queen Victoria and ‘the Noblemen and Gentlemen. Glasgow Cathedral is open: Sun - Sun PM - PM; Mon - Sat AM - PM; Buy tickets in advance on Tripadvisor. If you book with Tripadvisor, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund/5(3K).

Gray said Glasgow Cathedral was the only location he purposefully visited to make notes about during the writing of the novel; all other locations he wrote about from memory. Genesis. Gray began writing the novel as a student in Book One was written bybut he was unsuccessful in Author: Alasdair Gray.

Clicking on the Glasgow Cathedral Banner above will bring you back to this page. We hope you can access our various resources with ease. During this time, the work of the Cathedral continues and we are grateful for the financial support of the congregation both within the Cathedral and throughout the world who attend our services online.

NEW BOOK ON DR NEVILE DAVIDSON OF GLASGOW CATHEDRAL A new book is now on sale telling the story of the life of the Rev. Nevile Davidson, minister of Glasgow Cathedral from until and one of the most distinguished Scottish churchmen of the twentieth century.

Glasgow Cathedral Committee James Garroway William Gilfillan Lady Maxwell Contractors: P. & W. Anderson Buchans & MacIntyre John Craig Galbraith & Winton Jones & Willis James Young Job Book The job books of Honeyman & Keppie (later Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh) are now held by The Hunterian, University of Glasgow and include four.

Dating back to medieval times, Glasgow Cathedral is the only medieval cathedral on Scotland’s mainland to have survived the Reformation almost fully intact. A magnificent Gothic construction, it features stained-glass windows, a 15th-century stone choir screen, and the tomb of St.

Mungo, Glasgow’s patron saint. Glasgow Cathedral is some ft (87m) long by 63ft (20m) wide, and the nave roof is ft (32m) high. The towering internal spaces are enhanced by the apparent narrowness of the central potions of the nave and the choir, and by the very short transepts, which don't extend beyond the nave and choir walls.

The Book of Glasgow Cathedral A History and Description on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Book of Glasgow Cathedral A History and Description.

Book Now. Glasgow Cathedral is also known as "High Kirk of Glasgow" or "St Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral". This medieval cathedral is a very important part of the lovely gothic architecture of Scotland. The church is indubitably stunning.

The stone architecture is a matter of great pride for the place as well/5. Cathedral guides, identifiable by their blue robes, are happy to answer any of your questions or provide a tour.

With an active congregation, the cathedral holds regular services you are welcome to join. Plan to visit Glasgow Cathedral and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Glasgow attractions using our Glasgow trip itinerary maker on: Glasgow Royal Infirmary Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0SF Scotland.

Get this from a library. The book of Glasgow Cathedral: a history and description. [Stephen Adam; Gerald Cinamon; J A Duncan; George Eyre-Todd; J F S Gordon; John Honeyman; A H Millar; Talwin Morris; P M'Adam Muir; James Paton; Herbert Railton; David Small; Glasgow Cathedral (Glasgow, Scotland); Morison Brothers,;].

Glasgow Cathedral, also called the High Kirk of Glasgow or St Kentigern's or St Mungo's Cathedral, is the oldest cathedral on mainland Scotland and is the oldest building in Glasgow. Since the Reformation the cathedral continues in public ownership, within the responsibility of Historic Environment y: Scotland.

Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow, United Kingdom. 2, likes 97 talking about this 54, were here. Welcome to the Facebook page of Glasgow Cathedral - a medieval cathedral which has an active Followers: 3K. Prices and opening times. Admission to Glasgow Cathedral is free. Our new audio guide is available on site with the following prices: Adult: £ Concession: £ Child: £ 20% discount applies for Historic Scotland members and Explorer Pass holders.

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Cathedral House then became the property of the Glasgow Cathedral and was used for choir practice, Sunday school and as living accommodation for some of the people which worked for the Cathedral. Cathedral House became a hotel approximately 30 years ago and was purchased by Shane and Laura McKenzie in October Glasgow Cathedral is built on the site where St Kentigern, or Mungo, is thought to have been buried in AD St Kentigern was the first bishop within the ancient British kingdom of Strathclyde, and the present cathedral was built during the 13th - 15th centuries.

Admire carved stone bosses on the ceiling of the Blackadder Aisle, and one of.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Radford, Courtenay Arthur Ralegh, Glasgow Cathedral. Edinburgh, H.M.S.O., (OCoLC)