'Glasgow Cathedral - From South-East', mid-late 19th century, (c1912). Built between the 13th and 15th centuries, the medieval Gothic cathedral in Glasgow, Scotland, is the only cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the Reformation virtually unscathed. The 13th-century tower is the only remaining intact tower on a Scottish medieval church. The cathedral contains the tomb of St Mungo, the patron saint of the city. Stereocard.