Discovering the Beauty of Glasgow in Ten Photos

This week is the second installment of my fake FriFotos photo series, and I decided to focus on just one destination instead of a broad theme – Glasgow. I recently visited the largest city in Scotland and walked away much more impressed than I thought I would be. I honestly didn’t have high expectations of the city; one that I knew would lack the character of nearby Edinburgh. But for what Glasgow lakes in castles and old stone buildings, it more than makes up for in architectural diversity and at times brilliance. I could spend days just walking around and admiring all of the structures, but here I decided to showcase ten of my favorite Glasgow photos.

Clyde Arc or Squinty Bridge
Bells Bridge / Clyde Auditorium
Kelvingrove Museum Glasgow Scotland UK
Kelvingrove Museum
University of Glasgow
Glasgow Necropolis
Gallery of Modern Art
Shops along Buchanan Street
Argyle Arcade
Tradeston Bridge
Grand Central Hotel / Firefighter’s Monument

By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer.

1 thought on “Discovering the Beauty of Glasgow in Ten Photos”

  1. Beautiful photos, I’m sold! Looks like a really interesting city, you’ve done a great job of seeing the beauty there. Thanks for sharing

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