The Glasgow modern art gallery and the statue in front.
The light house designed by Macintosh.
Nelson’s column which was erected 3 years before the London. Due to being damaged by lightening it is now less Grand.
Buildings designed by the same designer as the Gherkin; Norman Foster. Both are for concerts.
The curry house with Scotland’s hottest curry? Beautiful stained glass in their toilet and decoration around upstairs water fountain.
A fountain with life size statue of Queen Victoria on top.
Another victim of lightening in Glasgow; a tree planted to commentating first women in Glasgow getting the vote. As this occurred at the same time as rest of UK the tree is now 100 years old. It is called the suffragette tree and has their colours around it.
A preserved old style tenement house, now owned by National Trust Scotland.
This is Patron Saint of Glasgow Mungo who is credited with reviving a robin.
It was produced by an Australian Sam Baker. Who also produced the following for the 2014 commonwealth games which Glasgow hosted.
This is the Glaswegian musician and comedian Billy Connolly.
Behind the light house building, I found the following.
Some pictures of Glasgow street art and more.
Scotland : Glasgow
Glasgow the biggest city in Scotland. While staying in Edinburgh we also planned a day trip to Glasgow. We took the ScotRail to Glasgow, it’s a 55 minutes ride. Meanwhile you can enjoy the beautiful landscape. Glasgow is the biggest and busiest city in Scotland and it’s located on the banks of the River Clyde. Unfortunately the […]
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