Glasgow, Scotland: Cultural and Architectural Sites

Glasgow, Scotland: Cultural and Architectural Sites The architecture of this European metropolis is spectacular, and is reflected in its religious and cultural institutions as well as its shopping thoroughfares. For example, the charming cobblestone streets of Ashton Lane are the perfect setting for friendly cafes, pubs and shops. Glasgow is known as a hub of culture in Europe, and the city’s museums are celebrated. From the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art, to the Burrell Collection and the Glasgow School of Art, centuries and countless artistic styles are spanned. In this video, WatchMojo.com explores some of the cultural and architectural institutions found in Glasgow, Scotland.

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