Glasgow Cathedral Festival: Stained Glass Tour
Glasgow Cathedral has a vast amount of stained glass, this tour will introduce you to select favourites from the collection of almost 100 decorative windows.
About Glasgow Cathedral Festival: Stained Glass Tour
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Glasgow Cathedral has a vast amount of stained glass, from the richly coloured Munich glass of 1850 to more recent work, such as Francis Spear’s 1958 Creation, and the Millenium Window by Paisley-born John Clark. This tour introduces you to select favourites from our collection of almost 100 decorative windows.
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