Glasgow

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Scotland's largest city, located on the River Clyde in that country's southwest.

Modern buildings in Glasgow include the Glasgow Science Centre and the Royal Concert Hall. Glasgow also boasts a fine selection of parks and museums. The museums include those devoted to transport, religion, and modern art, and the Burrell and Kelvingrove museums of art and antiquities. Along the banks of the Clyde is the Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre, and shopping centres include the Buchanan Galleries, the glass pyramid of the St Enoch Centre, and the upmarket Princes Square.

Glasgow was European Capital of Culture 1990, National City of Sport 1995-99 and UK City of Architecture and Design 1999.

See also:

Glasgow City Chambers

Glasgow Celtic

Glasgow Rangers