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Tartan Footprint helps you connect and share with Scottish people in your life.
Posted on November 15, 2017 by | 5 views | comments
Looking back to the Medieval days, central Glasgow was fairly well established. Around the year 1119, Glasgow Cathedral was built. It is one of Scotland’s few medieval churches that remained after the Reformation. Glasgow was mostly based around the river Clyde, today’s Saltmarket, High Street and o...