'A place of renown, where the air is mild and the victuals are plenty’
Vatican edict 1451, establishing Glasgow University.
Well, the least said about the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony the better,
once known as the second city of the Empire, (next to London)
Glasgow has moments of grace in stone and a unique style - sometimes not in a good way.
From tenement dwellers to Tobacco Lords who resided in mansions of honey coloured stone, there has been and always will be something for everyone in Scotland's largest city.
*comments are off, currently faffing around with the blog.
The Duke of Wellington statue - he is never without his 'hat'.