Glasgow Cathedral in Autumn

After returning from Inverness, Dad and I spent his final day in Scotland around Glasgow.
It was a sunny, crisp autumn day, much like the rest of his visit, so we headed for one of my favorite views in Glasgow.
Built during the reformation of the 12th century, the Cathedral is a stunning architectural work right in the middle of Glasgow.


Dedicated to St. Mungo, the patron saint of Glasgow, it is still used by the Church of Scotland with services on Sundays.


Although lovely inside, I personally prefer the view from the Glasgow Necropolis. As you hike up the hilly, Victorian garden cemetery, the views of the Cathedral and the Glasgow Royal Infirmary just get better and better.


And, like everything else in Glasgow, the autumn colors complimented the surrounding architecture and blue sky’s wonderfully.




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