GLASGOW CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL

Lanarkshire, Scotland

Glasgow Catholic Cathedral, Lanarkshire, Scotland

Full dedication: Cathedral Church of St. Andrew
Became a Cathedral in 1790

The original Cathedral on this site was built around 1790.  What stands today dates from 1866 but has been very heavily modernised.  It serves as the Catholic Cathedral for Glasgow and Archbishopric for most of Western Scotland.  It's position overlooking the Clyde makes it one of Scotland's more picturesque Catholic Cathedrals.

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