Glasgow is famous for its Victorian architecture and if you arrive by train you will witness this straight away at the splendid Central Railway Station. Head north-east from the station through the grid street system set out north of the River Clyde and you will come across George Square which is dominated by the City Chambers used for local government.
Keep heading east to arrive at the city's cathedral around which the city was founded by St Mungo in the 6th century. Inside the...
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