Originally built in the 12th century, Glasgow Cathedral is a fine example of Scotland's architecture from the medieval period. Situated in Cathedral Square in front of the Royal Infirmary, the roof and stonework have been left completely untouched over the last 800 years, and the building is famously the city's lone surviving cathedral from the Protestant Reformation of 1560. Visitors can explore the crypt, and marvel at the carved stone pulpitum screen and ceiling bosses of Blackadder Aisle. If you are looking to attend a service at Glasgow Cathedral, the main mass is on a Sunday morning at 11am.
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