Glasgow, in Scotland, was the European City of Culture in 1990. The city has many interesting historical buildings including St Mungo’s Cathedral. Much of the 19th century architecture in the city was designed by the famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The city is built on the banks of the River Clyde and has an abundance of parks and open spaces. Virgin Atlantic flies from Orlando to Glasgow International Airport, with US Airways flying from Philadelphia. www.seeglasgow.com.
During the past few decades Glasgow, the UK's
fourth largest city, has re-invented itself from a rather
economically depressed post-war industrial centre to a modern
metropolis with a thriving art and culture scene, which has earned
it accolades like the 'European City of Culture' title in 1990 and
'City of Architecture' in 1999.
Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow
Located in a former Grecian style mansion in
the heart of the city, near George Square and Buchanan Street, the
Gallery of Modern Art displays Glasgow's extraordinary range of
post-war art and design.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Glasgow
Glasgow's principal art gallery and museum,
the Kelvingrove is one of Scotland's most popular free attractions.
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