Our tour group had the opportunity to visit Glasgow Cathedral as well as the Necropolis. Both were fascinating and were wonderful sources of information about life hundreds of years ago. Despite an occasional drizzle we walked way up above the city to view the statuary erected in memory of those who came before. What I found amazing were the number of headstones which showed that some people way back in the 1800s lived well into their 70s and 80s. I guess the Scots are indeed a hearty group. Make sure to plan on more than an hour or so as there is much to learn about the various cultures in the St. Mungo's Museum which is there too.
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