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The 18th-century writer Daniel Defoe called Glasgow "the dear green place" although it may not feel that way if you're caught up in the bustle of busy Sauchiehall Street or logging a long day of meetings in the merchant city.But step into Glasgow Cathedral and you're transported to a hushed sanctuary that positively compels you to slow your stride and soak in the atmosphere of a medieval masterpiece that had already stood for hundreds of years by the time Defoe, best known as the author of "Robinson Crusoe," visited. This May 11, 2015 photo shows Glasgow Cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland. The 13th-century cathedral is a good place to find serenity in the middle of busy Glasgow. GLASGOW NECROPOLIS: Located on the eastern edge of Glasgow City Center near Glasgow Cathedral.
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