Cathedral of the Imagination
One of the most spectacular religious buildings in Europe, it is no surprise that Glasgow's main cathedral has been the muse for some of Scotland's greatest literary minds. The building was memorably described by Sir Walter Scott in Rob Roy while its Victorian necropolis was memorably depicted in Alasdair Gray's magnum opus Lanark.
By Duncan Forgan, AFAR Local Expert
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