After visiting Glasgow Cathedral, we walked to the necropolis behind the cathedral to visit. The landscape of this cemetery on the hillside is very beautiful. In addition to the function of climbing up and looking at a distance, the cemetery itself is dazzling with its many and varied tombstones. Walking here seems not to come to the cemetery, but to the art stele forest of hell on earth. Today’s weather is exceptionally clear. Although there are floating clouds in the blue sky, large areas of blue are always revealed. The plane pulled smoke across the sky, leaving white scratches on the blue. This kind of sketch written in the sky feels very unusual. Condescending in the necropolis, overlooking Glasgow Cathedral, the structure is thin and towering, the color is solemn and simple, and the appearance is solemn and solemn. The religious belief and the return of life are perfectly combined in the limited space and infinite imagination. Standing in this place and looking at the surrounding scenery seems to be the best place to think about the philosophy of life. It is a pity that the vast majority of the few tourists just hurried to take a look, which may just confirm the saying "the world travels in a hurry".
There are tombstones of various shapes, large and small, and most of them are the cemeteries of famous politicians, writers and artists throughout Scotland. If you have a familiar Scottish celebrity, you can come here to find it.
There are many great people in Scotland who lie down in this cemetery. In front of it is the famous Glasgow Cathedral. It is on a hillside with no shelter, so it is very bright and not depressing at all.
The cemetery is located on a hillside behind Glasgow Cathedral. It is a famous local cemetery where many famous people from ancient times to the present are buried in Glasgow. Have time to take a look.
Popularly known as the Necropolis, this is a public cemetery behind the cathedral, located on a small hill, where many famous public figures in Glasgow are buried, and many people come to pay their respects every day.
Nice walk, nice views of the city and very beautiful. Very quiet and surprisingly calming. Enjoyed it.
We as a family have always enjoyed this haven of peace in Glasgows city.A great place to exercise both us and our doggy friends.A pint or a coffee in the nearby Cathedral house hotel is an added bonus
This is very good place for your morning walk and exercises. I have been regular in this place for last 6 months. If you are on the town i recommend you to visit this place.
A must visit if you are in Glasgow. Marvellous architecture. Each tomb is a great architectural piece
Good for a walk at any time of the day. Sunsets across the city is spectacular at clear weather days. If you are looking for a location to watch the city and the mountains at the distance from high ab...