St Andrew's Cathedral (Glasgow)

[St Andrew's Cathedral]

Given that St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland, it's unsurprising that he has rather a lot of churches named after him. St Andrew's Cathedral, Glasgow is one of the most beautiful: an ornate building providing a haven of tranquility despite being dwarfed by neighbouring high-rise apartments and offices on the banks of the Clyde. The cathedral dates from the early 1800s and is the mother church for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Glasgow; the interior is wonderfully light and welcoming, having benefited from a major refurbishment in 2010. Well worth a visit outside the numerous services (or attend one).

[View from Clyde Street]

📌 St Andrew's Cathedral (Glasgow) ★★☆☆
Location: 196 Clyde Street, Glasgow, G.R.: NS 591648 ///today.harp.slam
Open (2018): Daily
Cost: Free
Public transport: Train (Argyle Street), 300 metres; subway (St Enoch), 300 metres; bus, <200 metres

[Italian Cloister Garden]

[Side chapel (29/4/18)]

[Another view of the Cloister Garden (29/4/18)]


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