Historic Attractions in Glasgow
Subcategory: Abbeys, Churches & Cathedrals, Historic Buildings or Historic Sites & Monuments
Glasgow, G4 0RB
Provand's Lordship is the oldest house in Glasgow, set in the heart of the most ancient part of the city.
Glasgow, G2 1DU
In the very heart of Glasgow stands one of the city's most important and prestigious buildings - the City Chambers.
Garnethill, Glasgow, G3 6QN
Glasgow, more than any Scottish city, is associated with tenements. This first-floor flat is a typical late Victorian...
Dumbarton, North Dunbartonshire, Scotland, UK
Linking Grangemouth on the Firth of Forth to Bowling on the Clyde, the canal opened in 1790. It closed to freight traffic...
50 Cathedral Square, Glasgow, G4 0UZ
Adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral, this spectacular cemetery is renowned for it's beautifully designed tombs and excellent...
Bearsden, Glasgow, G61
This Roman fort has a well preserved bath house. Here the various elements: the hot, dry room; three steam rooms and hot...
Glasgow, G4 0QZ
This great building is the only mediaeval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the Reformation of 1560...
|1||Provand's Lordship||Glasgow, G4 0RB|
|2||Glasgow City Chambers||Glasgow, G2 1DU|
|3||Tenement House (NTS)||Garnethill, Glasgow, G3 6QN|
|4||Forth and Clyde Canal||Dumbarton, North Dunbartonshire, Scotland, UK|
|5||Glasgow Necropolis||50 Cathedral Square, Glasgow, G4 0UZ|
|6||Antonine Wall Bearsden (HS)||Bearsden, Glasgow, G61|
|7||Glasgow Cathedral (HS)||Glasgow, G4 0QZ|
|8||Govan Old Parish Church||Govan, Glasgow, G51 3UU|
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