◄ Glasgow - Scotland's Biggest City ►





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Published on Jul 19, 2011

In recent years, Glasgow has been awarded the European titles of City of Culture (1990), City of Architecture and Design (1999) and Capital of Sport (2003). In 2008, Glasgow became the 2nd Scottish city to join the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative when it was named as a UNESCO City of Music (joining Bologna and Seville). In preparing its bid, Glasgow counted an average of 130 music events a week ranging from pop and rock to Celtic music and opera. The city has transformed itself from being the once mighty powerhouse of industrial Britain to a centre for commerce, tourism, and culture. Glasgow will be the host city for the Commonwealth Games in 2014.

Glasgow has become one of the most visited cities in the British Isles, and visitors will find a revitalised city centre, the best shopping outside London without a doubt, excellent parks and museums (most of which are free), and easy access to the Highlands and Islands.

Comments • 26

Absolutely gorgeous video! Glasgow has blossomed into an absolute gem of a city. I LOVE walking the length and breadth of this glorious city whenever I'm home. She cleaned-up well. I miss her beyond the telling.
Makes me proud of my City, Glasgow Rules. 
Delightful Travellers
Cool channel. Well done! We truly loved it.
Laura Ambrøse
Love this! :D
Lol Sottish need to clean the dirty bricks of them buildings ugly as fuck.
+finalfrontier001 Arsehole.
João Manuel Alves
minute 1:52 ... uauh!!
Longrod Van Hugendong
Ireland? Ireland which generates a better GDP than the UK and is a safer, better country to live in? You idiot.
ilaria arciola
Bocelli e Glasgow, amore infinito. 
Eddie Whatson
Whatever you say.... im just stating my opinion and I think u'll be surprised, it will probz be close :/
So is the UK in any better shape? haven't you heard we're in a recession? At least Scotland can make use of it's many natural resources. Vote for an independent Scotland in 2014
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