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Glasgow is an ancient burgh, first developed as an ecclesiastical centre on a hill near the cathedral. Having a grammar school from the early 14th century, in 1451 the burgh acquired its University by papal bull and became an archbishopric in 1492.

From the mid-17th century Glasgow began to develop its overseas trade with Europe and the American colonies. After the Union of 1707 Glasgow dominated the tobacco trade and the city with about 12, 000 inhabitants in 1700 began to grow as a manufacturing centre.

By 1776 Glasgow merchants imported more than half of Britain's tobacco and had lucrative re-export markets in Europe. The improvement of Glasgow harbour and the development of a diversified industrial economy had also progressed; the problems posed by the American War led to the formation of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce (1783) and the growth of the West Indies trade.
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Cotton imports became significant, and Glasgow by 1850 had become a manufacturing city with a population of 345, 000. Situated in a region rich in coal and iron, Glasgow became a major shipbuilding and engineering centre, the Clyde leading the world for tonnage launched and railway rolling stock and machinery produced.

The 20th century witnessed the decline of heavy industries. Service industries gradually provided more employment, and consumer industries became more significant

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The Glasgow River Festival
glasgow river festival
A fantastic FREE family day out which takes place every year on the Glasgow Fair Holiday weekend in July (usually the third weekend in July).
Over the two days there are exhibitions of Jet Ski's, Zap Cats and Power boats. Other attractions include access to the Tall ships and Royal Navy frigates. There is also Live Music, Beach Volleyball exhibitions, The Radio Clyde Road Show and BBC Scotland. FREE buses from the city centre to the festival site.
The Loby Doser Glasgow
Loby doser Glasgow statue
Situated in Woodlands road opposite the Halt Bar is one of Glasgow’s more unusual statues. Erected in 1992 it shows the cartoon strip character Lobby Dosser sitting astride Elfie with his six gun drawn having captured Rank Bajin who is sitting behind him in handcuffs.
The Ubiquitous Chip,
Glasgow West End
Ubiquitous Chip restaurant in Glasgow from
Award winning and celebrated restaurant and bars in the heart of Glasgow's West End in Ashton Lane. Extremely popular with both locals and tourists alike. Affectionately know as 'The Chip' this Glasgow institution produces modern Scottish Cuisine using the finest of Scottish raw materials.
Qua Restaurant, Merchant City,Glasgow.
qua restaurant merchant city Glasgow

Cheerful and bustling Italian restaurant in Glasgow's Merchant City. The staff are welcoming and friendly and the restaurant boasts an extensive menu serving unique comtempory Italian dishes.
Qua's head chef Leonardo trained in Rome for 30 years and the menu retains an inspired Roman feel which is enhanced by owner Rocco Martone's Tuscan Influence.
Culcreuch Castle Hotel and
Woodland Lodges
view from outside Culcreuch Castle Hotel and Lodges, Fintry, nr Stirling, Scotland, UK
Fintry, Stirling.
Culcreuch Castle, central Scotland's oldest inhabited castle, is set in 1,600 acres of wooded parkland.
Antonine Wall Cottages
Antonine Wall Cottages near Glasgow
Bonnyside Road, Nr. Glasgow