The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is located on Argyle Street, in the West End of the city Glasgow, Scotland. The gallery was opened in 1901 as a Palace of Fine Arts for the Glasgow International Exhibition held in the year.
There is a popular myth in Glasgow, that the building was accidentally built back-to-front, but the grand entrance was always intended to face into Kelvingrove Park.
Glasgow Cathedral, also called St Mungo’s Cathedral was built before the Reformation from the late 12th century onwards and is located beside the Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
These photos were taken during a very sunny April day in Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow is a very interesting city and has a lot of great new architecture mixed with old industrial buildings and beautiful art nouveau houses.
These photos were taken during a very sunny April day in Glasgow. Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and has a lot of great new architecture mixed with old industrial buildings and beautiful art nouveau houses.
The Clyde is the major river in Scotland and 21 bridges cross it only in Glasgow…
The Cruickshank Botanic Garden is situated near the University of Aberdeen in Old Aberdeen. It built on land bequested by Miss Anne Cruickshank to commemorate her brother Dr. Alexander Cruickshank.
Old Aberdeen is situated in the north east of Aberdeen city centre, Scotland and was for a long time nearly isolated at the edge of the city.
From the early 13th century it was the centre of the doctor’s, a influencing group of bishops. Nowadays, the centre is rich in historical buildings, a few are dating back to the Middle Ages and are built in the locally grey granite.
Old Aberdeen is effectively the main campus of the University of Aberdeen. To the north of the university you can find St Machar’s Cathedral and Seaton Park. South of King’s College Chapel lie the Powis Gates and the entrance leads to the University dormitories.