The largest city in Scotland, Glasgow exemplifies a British Industrial city. This third largest city in the United Kingdom has situated on the west central side of Scotland on the banks of the river Clyde. This is one of the prominent cities in the United Kingdom located in the northern part of the country. Scotland is part of the United Kingdom, it is bordered by England and the Irish Sea in the south, the North Sea in the east, and North Atlantic Ocean in the west and north. The geographical coordinate of Glasgow is 55.8°N 4.25°W. The neighboring towns of Glasgow are Paisley in the west, it also is part of Glasgow’s urban area, Ayr in the southwest, Hamilton the fourth biggest town of Scotland lies southeast of Glasgow, Livingston is east of Glasgow, Falkirk in the northeast, and Aberfoyle in the northwest of Glasgow. Glasgow is situated at the center of the Strathclyde region.
Climatically Glasgow has a higher temperature than other parts of the UK at the same latitude mainly because of its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Glasgow is home to a wide variety of cultural activities, it has many theaters and many live music venues, and economically also Glasgow has the largest economy in Scotland.
Facts About Glasgow
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Capital and largest city||NA|
|Area||175.5 km2 (67.8 sq mi)|
|Lat Long of Glasgow||55° 51′ 28.8″ N, 4° 15′ 32.4″ W|
|Official Language||English And Spoken -English, Scots, Scottish Gaelic|
|Calling Code||00 44 141 X|
|Time Zone||GMT (UTC) Summer (DST) BST (UTC+1)|
|Airports in Glasgow||3- International Airports|
|Currency||Pound Sterling (GBP)|