Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Sun, 2011-08-28
Finnieston Crane Glasgow: The Finnieston Crane is a crane and landmark in Glasgow, Scotland. It is now disused but is retained as a symbol of the city’s engineering heritage.
Glasgow Cathedral: One of Scotland’s most magnificent medieval buildings, the Cathedral is the only one on the Scottish mainland to survive the Reformationof 1560 intact.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall: Glasgow’s top quality live music venues come together to offer you an excellent mix of classical, world music and popular entertainment.
Provand’s Lordship: At Provand’s Lordship you can step back into Glasgow’s past in the only house to survive from the medieval city. Provand’s Lordship has been extensively restored to give a real flavour of life in medieval Glasgow.
The Tenement House: Owned and managed under the auspices of the National Trust of Scotland, The Tenement House in Glasgow’s Garnethill district is a fascinating retrospective insight into Glasgow life.
Wolfson Hall: Set in three acres of quiet woodland, Wolfson Hall offers a city location with a getaway from it atmosphere.
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