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Interior of Glasgow City Chambers (City Hall) this beautiful victorian architecture was the work of Scottish Architect William Young in 1888. The building was opened by Queen Victoria. Location: George Square, Glasgow, Scotland. Also known as "The Merchant City"

Interior of Glasgow City Chambers (City Hall) this beautiful victorian architecture was the work of Scottish Architect William Young in The building was opened by Queen Victoria.

Clyde Clock - Glasgow, Scotland

Time running away from you. The Running Clock, Buchanan Street bus station

11 best things to see and do in Glasgow

Cloisters in Hogwarts. sorry, Glasgow University.

Glasgow University, Scotland, founded in 1451 and is the second oldest university in Scotland behind St Andrews and fourth oldest in the English speaking world behind Oxford and Cambridge.

Dream grad school -- Glasgow University, Scotland, founded in 1451 and is the second oldest university in Scotland behind St Andrews and fourth oldest in the English speaking world behind Oxford and Cambridge.

Hunterian Museum, Glasgow University, Scotland ~ amazing buildings and where my son went to Uni #hogwarts

Hunterian Museum, Bute Hall stairwell, Glasgow University by Karl Williams

The Glasgow Subway in photos, all stations

Architecture photo series featuring the circular subway of Glasgow

Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow

Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow Le Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery de…

Glasgow - despite having been here so many times, I love walking through here!

Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow- Can't wait to see this!

Glasgow, Scotland

It's nice to just go in there and have a look around, sit down for awhile if its raining outside and soak it all in. Harry potter staircases in the glasgow city chambers, scotland :)

Glasgow Council Chambers' marble staircase. Photo by http://www.travellerspoint.com/users/StephenJen/

I have walked this staircase.

Main Hall, Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

'The Big Hall' - Karl Williams The Main Hall, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow

Glasgow, Willow Tea Room, Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Glasgow, Willow Tea Room, Charles Rennie Mackintosh--been there.

Glasgow, Scotland. Fifty thousand bodies are buried in the 37 acres of the Glasgow Necropolis which sits on a hill adjacent to the Glasgow Cathedral. Monuments of every architectural style are here, designed by major architects and sculptors of the time, including Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, Charles Rennir Macintosh and JT Rochead.

The Glasgow Necropolis

The Glasgow Necropolis – Glasgow, Scotland - Atlas Obscura

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum in Glasgow, Scotland © Enriching My Soul

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum designed by Sir John W. Simpson and E. Milner Allen and opened in 1901

The alma mater of one of our members of staff...Glasgow University...these are the wonderful cloisters!

University of Glasgow, cloisters