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Glasgow (Glaschu in Scottish Gaelic, or Glesga in Scottish), officially City of Glasgow, is a city and council in Scotland, United Kingdom. It is the largest city in Scotland and the third in the United Kingdom after London and Birmingham, and is the most populous council and the tenth most populous metropolitan area in the United Kingdom in its Greater Glasgow conurbation, after Greater London. It is located on the banks of the Clyde River in the Lowlands of Scotland. The people of Glasgow are known as Glaswegians. Also, Glaswegian is the name by which the local Scottish dialect is known.
Formerly, it was a royal burgh (royal city), and was known as the "second city of the British Empire" in the Victorian era. It was erected as a large transatlantic trade port during the Industrial Revolution. The Clyde was one of the world's most prominent shipyard centers, building many of the revolutionary and famous ships of the Cunard line such as RMS Lusitania, RMS Aquitaine, RMS Queen Mary, RMS Queen Elizabeth and RMS Queen Elizabeth 2, and the Royal Sailboat Britannia.
The city grew at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century until it reached a population of more than one million inhabitants, reaching 1,089,555 inhabitants in 1951. However, the population decreased due to renovation projects urban, taking people to new towns on the outskirts of the city, such as East Kilbride and Cumbernauld, and the successive changes of their municipal term of national governments in an attempt to reduce the relative power of the city in Scotland, which reduced the population of the city to 584 240 inhabitants in 2008. Greater Glasgow had a population of 1 195 200 inhabitants in 2010 and the conurbation formed by Glasgow and its metropolitan area has approximately 2 300 000 inhabitants, which constitutes 41% of the population of all of Scotland.
Being a nerve center of commerce, business, industry, media and transportation in Scotland, Glasgow is considered a cosmopolitan and bustling city. It is the third most visited tourist destination in the United Kingdom after London and Edinburgh. It is also the most important economic center of commerce and retail in Scotland. Glasgow is one of the twenty most important financial centers in Europe and is the headquarters of many of the leading businesses in Scotland, which makes the city an essential part of the British economy.

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Glasgow Harbour Westend Apartment - 2 Bedrooms

Chic Living in the Heart of the City

32 Victoria Crescent Road

Park Mews

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Holiday Inn Express - Glasgow - City Ctr Theatreland ★★★

ibis Styles Glasgow Central ★★★

DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central ★★★★

Kimpton - Blythswood Square Hotel ★★★★★

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Glasgow art school

The Glasgow School of Art (Glasgow School of Art in English) was an important center of dissemination of modern architecture in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The rejection of the arts of the past also affected architecture. In Glasgow a new type of building planning was developed, which unlike Modernism, fled from ornamentation and non-rational volumes. The orthogonal iron structure gave a greater resistance, but also allowed a greater organization of the plants. The walls are smooth, in stone, and there are large glass surfaces.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh highlighted this school due to his geometric rationalism and great perception of volumetries.

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Stunning Glasgow City Centre Apartment

Luxury 3 bed Apt in Prestigious Park District

Tolbooth Apartments by Principal Apartments

Anchored - Unique Apartment in Glasgow's West End

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Motel One Glasgow

Grand Central Hotel ★★★★

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Crosshill House ★★★★

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Great glasgow

Greater Glasgow and Clyde is a high-level administrative subdivision that covers the city of Glasgow in Scotland (United Kingdom). It is one of the fourteen regions of Scotland.
The administrative area of Greater Glasgow covers the conurbation of the City of Glasgow and the councils of Renfrewshire, Dunbartonshire and Inverclyde, as well as other annexed municipalities known generically as Glasgow. It covers an area of 378.5 km² and has an approximate population of 2,271,830 people, thus forming the second most important metropolitan area in the United Kingdom. This demographic concentration is equivalent to about 42% of the total Scottish population.
Since 2006, the region is managed by the local Glasgow government and has a Glasgow mayor, controlled by the Scottish Parliament.
The status of Greater Glasgow is somewhat unusual. It is officially classified as several independent counties ranked among the 32 counties in the subdivision of Scotland. It is one of the two regions of Scotland with a broad power, an elected regional assembly and a high position also elected by direct election.
This city-region is described as a metropolitan area by its own strategic planning authority, and is similar to the Glasgow metropolitan area identified by the European Union.

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Orchid Penthouse Duplex - Glasgow City Centre

Mitchell Street Glasgow Apartment

Apartment 2 Bed West End

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Sherbrooke Castle Hotel ★★★★


The Pipers' Tryst Hotel ★★★★

Radisson RED Hotel, Glasgow ★★★★


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Glasgow Royal Theater

The Royal Theater in Glasgow is the oldest theater in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, located on Hope Street at 282 in Cowcaddens. The theater was originally opened in 1867, changing its name to the Royal Theater in 1869. It is the place where Howard and Wyndham Ltd emerged, the owners and managers of theaters in Scotland and England during the 20th century, an institution created by its president Baillie Michael Simons who also promoted the construction of the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Glasgow International Exhibition of 1888 (the International Hall of Science, Art and Industry).

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Kumar Suites Hanson Park Apartment

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Riverview Apartments

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Holiday Inn Express - Glasgow - City Ctr Riverside ★★★


Euro Hostel Glasgow


Hampton by Hilton Glasgow Central ★★★


Alexander Thomson

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Garnethill Synagogue

The Garnethill Synagogue (in English: Garnethill Synagogue) is a historic synagogue of Scotland in the United Kingdom. It is located in Garnethill, in the city of Glasgow.
The synagogue was designed by John McLeod and Nathan S. Joseph and built between 1879 and 1881.
The exterior of the building is from the Romanesque revival. With the shape of a basilica, it has an interior orientalist style that has details of the Byzantine revival. Particularly notable is the splendid Torah Ark, designed by Nathan and which closely resembles the Ark he designed for the New West End London Synagogue.

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Glasgow Charing Cross Apartments

Executive 7 Glasgow City

Glasgow SSE Hydro Apartment with Secure Parking

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Sandyford Hotel ★★★


Albion Hotel ★★★


Campanile Hotel Glasgow SECC Hydro ★★★


Jurys Inn Glasgow ★★★★

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Blythswood Square

Blythswood Square (in English: Blythswood Square) is a square in the area of ​​Blythswood Hill in the city of Glasgow in Scotland north of the United Kingdom. The square was built as part of an expansion to the west of central Glasgow. The square was originally intended by Georgian and intellectual architects of the time as the "new" center of the city, and while this is largely true from a geographical point of view, George Square, which is in front of the "Glasgow City Chambers" remains the "official Glasgow" center.
Today the square is mainly led by office buildings distributed with original Georgian-style facades.

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Merchant City Tower

Glasgow Green Apartments

219 Saint Vincent Street Glasgow

Glasgow Central Station Flat & Parking

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west end rooms


Glasgow; BW Signature Collection ★★★★


Cathedral House Hotel


Crowne Plaza Glasgow ★★★★

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Glasgow City Hall Building

The Glasgow City Hall building in Scotland has functioned as the headquarters of the Glasgow City Council since 1996, and in pre-existing forms of city government since 1889. This building is located in the eastern part of George Square (George Square). The building is a leading example of Victorian civic architecture. It was built between 1882 and 1888 on a design by Scottish architect William Young, originally from Paisley, who won a contest.
The building was inaugurated in August 1888 by Queen Victoria, the first council meeting in the building was held in October 1889. Originally the building covered an area of ​​5,016 m². In 1923, an extension was inaugurated on the east side of the building on John Street and in 1984 the construction of the Exchange House on George Street was completed, bringing the area of ​​the City Municipality complex to more than 14,000 m².

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Trefoil Apartment - 2 Bedrooms

Anchored - Spacious Apartment in Glasgow's Southside

Rhannan Terrace

Waterfront West End Apartment

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Crookston Hotel


Grasshopper Hotel Glasgow ★★★


Artto Hotel ★★★


OYO Beersbridge Lodge ★★★

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Wellington Statue

The Wellington Statue (in English: Wellington Statue) is a monument that normally features a traffic cone on its head, in the Royal Exchange Square in Glasgow, Scotland, being one of the most emblematic figures of the city. In 2011, the Lonely Planet guide included the monument to Arthur Wellesley, first Duke of Wellington, on his list of the "10 strangest monuments on Earth," along with the Rocky Balboa statue in Zitiste, Serbia, and the Cathedral Washington National in the United States. Located in front of the Gallery of Modern Art and at one end of Ingramla Street, the equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington was made by the Italian artist Carlo Marochetti, and erected in 1844.

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My Glasgow Apartment

West Highland Apartments - The Nevis

Glasgow Partick Apartment

CITY CENTRE APARTMENT with Free Secure Underground Parking

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ibis Glasgow City Centre – Sauchiehall St ★★★


Maldron Hotel Glasgow City ★★★★


Rennie Mackintosh Hotel - Central Station ★★★


The Fullarton Park Hotel ★★

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Livingstone tower

The Livingstone Tower (in English: Livingstone Tower) is a mid-rise skyscraper in Glasgow, Scotland that is part of Strathclyde University on the John Anderson campus, one of the 2 campuses run by the university. The building is named after David Livingstone. The address of the building is 26 Richmond Street, Glasgow.
The building is a notable landmark on the east side of the city center, and its high position in the Rottenrow drumlin implies that it can be seen from a considerable distance throughout the city. It was also one of the earliest high-rise commercial buildings to observe in the city center in the post-war period.

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Top West End Homestay: Parking,Balcony,Great Location

Lovely Family Apartment in Glasgow

The Merchants Pad

Glasgow City Centre Apartment

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Clydesdale Bank

Clydesdale Bank is a commercial bank in Scotland. Formed in Glasgow in 1838, it is the smallest of three Scottish banks. It was independent until it was bought by the Midland Bank in 1920 and was sold to its current owners, the National Bank of Australia (NAB) in 1987. It shares a banking license with another British NAB subsidiary, the Yorkshire Bank, although the license is in the hands of Clydesdale.
Like the other two Scottish banks, the Bank of Scotland and The Royal Bank of Scotland, reserves the right to issue their own bills.

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Bright & Spacious - Heart of Glasgow City Centre

Chic Merchant City Apt. W/ Balcony

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Cathedral Gate Glasgow

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Royal Glasgow Concert Hall

The Royal Glasgow Concert Hall (in English: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall) is an artistic venue, in the city of Glasgow, Scotland, in the United Kingdom. It is operated by Glasgow Life, an agency of the Glasgow City Council, which also runs other local organizations. The Caterin Department is operated by Encore Hospitality. Planned as the Glasgow International Concert Hall and built in the late 1980s with a design by John Leslie Martin, the building was officially inaugurated in October 1990, after what had been a controversial, troubled construction program Technical and financial.

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Scotstoun 1 Bed Flat

Glasgow City Flats - Merchant City

Glasgow Hampden Garden Flat

Unique character 2bd, in heart of West End

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Royal Conservatory of Scotland

The Royal Conservatory of Scotland, (in English "Royal Conservatoire of Scotland" and in Gaelic Scottish: Rìoghail na h-Alba Conservatory) formerly called Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, is a conservatory of dance, interpretation, music, production and Film direction in the center of Glasgow, Scotland. Founded in 1845 as the Glasgow Educational Association, it is the most active performing arts center in Scotland, above 500 public performances every year.
The current director is pianist Jeffrey Sharkey, the president is Cameron Mackintosh, and is under the board of es S.A.R. The Duke of Rothesay.

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2 Bedroom Luxury Apartment in Glasgow West End

Stunning, bright loft apartment with free parking

The Spires Glasgow

West Field Apartment

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Glasgow Central Station

Glasgow Central Station (in English, Glasgow Central Station, in Scottish Gaelic, Glaschu Mheadhain, in Scottish (Germanic language), Central Glesga) is the main railway station in Glasgow, Scotland. The station was opened by Caledonian Railway on July 31, 1879 and is one of nineteen managed by Network Rail. It is the north terminal of the West Coast Main Line (640 km north of London Euston), And for interurban services between Glasgow and England.
With almost 29 million passengers in 2014-15, Glasgow Central is the eleventh busiest train station in the United Kingdom. According to Network Rail data, more than 38 million people use it every year, 80% of which they are passengers. The station is classified as a protected category A building.

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The Villa

Suite 16 Glasgow

Signature - Greenloan House

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Our selection of Apartments in Glasgow

Elegant Apartment Near SECC/HYDRO in Finnieston, Glasgow

SEC Hydro Argyle Apartment West End - 2 Bedrooms

Lomond Serviced Apartments- Merchant's

The Botanic Hub West End

Blythswood Square Apartments

Kelvingrove Apartment walking distance to Hydro and SECC

Native Glasgow

Principal Apartments - Merchant City

Our selection of Hotels in Glasgow

Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow ★★★★

Holiday Inn - Glasgow - City Ctr Theatreland ★★★★

Carlton George Hotel ★★★★

Point A Hotel Glasgow ★★★

Glasgow Marriott Hotel ★★★★

Douglas Hotel ★★★

Lorne Hotel ★★★

Mercure Glasgow City Hotel ★★★

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