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Glasgow Landmarks and Historic sites

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Rogano A Glasgow institution since the 1930s, Rogano is a landmark as much for its interior design and atmosphere of old-style luxury, as for its famous seafood. Rogano has seen the rise and fall of many...

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Glasgow is known as the largest city in Scotland and is one of the oldest settlements in Western Europe. Moreover, it is also the major cultural center for Scotland. For any tourist, this place is worth visiting where in they...

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh
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‘Reason informed by emotion…expressed in beauty…elevated in earnestness…lightened by humour…, that is the ideal that should guide all artists.’ Charles Rennie Mackintosh The...

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1 School of Art
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The School of Art in Glasgow is one of the two independent art schools located in Scotland.  Founded in 1845, as the ‘Glasgow Government School of Design’, its name changed to the...

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Address: 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, United Kingdom + Share

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There are in all four cathedrals in Glasgow namely Glasgow cathedral, St. Mary’s Episcopal cathedral, the Greek Orthodox cathedral of St. Luke and St. Andrew’s cathedral. The Cathedral of...

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2 City Chambers
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One of the most exemplary masterpieces of art, the City Chambers in Glasgow is also one of the most important tourists site in the city. The building has been used as Glasgow City Council headquarters since 1996....

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Address: 80 George Square, Glasgow, Scotland + Share

3 St. Mungo’s Cathedral
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St. Mungo ’s Cathedral is a pre-reformation historic building which was named after the sixth century patron saint of Glasgow, Kentigern. He was popularly called as Mungo. This historic church is situated to the North...

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