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Scotland's stained glass : making the colours sing

by Michael Donnelly

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0114957932, Paperback)

Here's a highly illustrated series devoted to a wide range of topics about historical Scotland. Written by experts in the field, these books present a perfect opportunity to learn more about Scotland's fascinating past. From historic castles and kings, to ancient Celtic rites, this series will entertain and inform readers while showcasing the treasures of Scotland.

An illustrated guide to the stained glass of cathedrals and churches of Scotland. From the Medieval stained glass to the damage caused by WWII to the present, Scotland's stained glass has become a national treasure.

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