Glasgow Cathedral in Scotland was largely built in the 13th Century. It is dedicated to St Kentigern (St Mungo) who is the patron saint of Glasgow. At Christmas the Cathedral is decorated with Christmas trees and other decorations.
Snow on the Ground - Looking through the window of the South door (the entrance which visitors use to enter the cathedral) we can see snow. An overnight fall of snow in Glasgow has left a covering of white on the ground.
Date taken: Sunday, December 20, 2009
Photo set: Glasgow Cathedral - Christmas 2009 (10 photos)