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Points of Interest: Glasgow
Glasgow sits along the banks of the River Clyde. At one point, Glasgow was listed as within the city of Lanarkshire but this was updated in 1975 and the area now appears in the Strathclyde Region. Since 1996, Glasgow has been listed as one of the 32 Council Areas in Scotland.
Glasgow is in fact Scotland’s largest city. The area perfectly blends stunning architecture, internationally acclaimed art galleries and museums with a diverse selection of bars and restaurants, fantastic shopping and a vibrant nightlife.
The region enjoys a year-round buzz and an impressive art scene, which means the locals are regularly acquainted with high-profile exhibitions. They also produce a number of their own cutting-edge productions. This is possibly one of the reasons Glasgow has been awarded with the title ‘European City of Culture 1990.’
Aside from a long-standing reputation as a thriving music scene, it is also home to a number of green spaces and city parks, which makes it an ideal place to relax on a sunny day.
Glasgow boasts a multitude of attractions, which include the likes of the People’s Palace and Winter Gardens, Glasgow City Chambers and Glasgow Necropolis to name but a few.
Other popular haunts often frequented by the locals include The Theatre Royal, home to Scottish Opera and Scottish Baller and the Platinum Rock, a company that provides various types of entertainment to Scotland in the shape of cabaret dinners, live shows, magic shows, bands and singers.
The Tenement House reveals a glimpse of what Glasgow life was like in the early 20th century. Many of the household amenities now taken for granted are shown in their true light here, whilst the establishment also reveals a little of what it was like to be an independent woman in those days, when gas lighting was thought of as a luxury.