Glasgow is an architecture-buff’s dream, with beautiful 19th-century Victorian, Gothic, and Art Nouveau, and Neo-Classical buildings scattered throughout the city. Many of these are best appreciated on foot—including Glasgow City Chambers, in the central hub of George Square; the St. Vincent Street Church, with its dramatic clock tower; Glasgow Cathedral, with its looming steeple and green copper roof; and Renfield St. Stephens Church, which boasts the tallest spire in the city center. But if you‘re staying in the West End, you may not need to look further than out your window to see two of the city’s architectural showstoppers: the Trinity College towers.
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