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Combine world-class art collections and quirky music venues with a variety of events and striking architecture and you get Glasgow - not only is it the first non-capital city to be named European City of Culture, it is also a UNESCO City of Music.
Celebrate Glasgow's rich cultural connections by taking part in one of the many events held in the city. Enjoy first-class films at the Glasgow Film Festival in February, authentic Scottish music at Piping Live! the Glasgow International Piping Festival, or a mix of arts at the West End Festival.
In 2015, Glasgow's Tramway will host the prestigious contemporary art award, the Turner Prize, when it comes to Scotland for the very first time.
A Glasgow Boys exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow
Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the most renowned architects and designers of the 20th century. His work and legacy is celebrated throughout the city and beyond, so you can see for yourself the beautiful and lasting mark he left.