The first stone built Cathedral was dedicated in 1136 in the presence of King David I but this has been a Christian site for well over 1500 years.

The ground was consecrated for Christian burial by St. Ninian in 397 A.D. The Lower Church houses the tomb of St. Mungo (also called Kentigern) who died in 603 A.D.

Glasgow Cathedral's 13th century tower is the last remaining intact tower on a Scottish mediaeval church.   The Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral arranges events, recitals and lectures throughout the year. Details from the address below.
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  Glasgow Cathedral
Castle Street
Glasgow G4
Tel: [44] (0) 141 552 6891

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