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Stunning place, rich of history and with statues of the most influential people of Scotland. Like Robert Burns the poet, James watt the inventor, Thomas graham the chemist etc etc
If you ever in Glasgow you can’t miss it plus this square is just outside...More
Civic architecture on a grand scale - statues, columns, memorials, with classic buildings all around. On a good day, it is a nice stroll - allow 1/2 an hour - with a certain amount of looking up the histories of the "great and the good"...More
We arrived late one Friday morning in Glasgow after a stressful drive from Fort William, dropped off our bags in the near by Premier Inn and wandered rather aimlessly around George Square. It was relaxing and fun to walk from statue to statue seeing how...More
As often happens with a visit to a modern city, it is easy to forget years of history and thousands of people that have stood on this very footprint. George Square is a well manicured place to sit and ponder that very thing. If you...More
George Square is in the heart of Glasgow's shopping district and many statues of Scotland's finest line the walks. Many good restaurants line the borders of the square and so the square is a good meeting place after a heavy day of shopping. If the...More