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Parker och natur i Glasgow

Botanical Garden
“Located in the West End of Glasgow. It features several glasshouses, the most notable of which is the Kibble Palace.”
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Park
“This is the main park in the West End and is a lovely green space next to Kelvingrove Art Gallery”
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Museum
“You will experience Countryside in the City as well as being able to visit Pollok House (National Trust) Burrel Collection is closed for refurb.”
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Playground
“Lovely for walks, play area and the People's Palace museum is worth a visit”
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Kyrkogård
“Atmospheric cemetery inspired by Père Lachaise in Paris and dating back to 1833. Views across the whole city. Afterwards, enjoy a refreshment at the Drygate Brewery nearby. ”
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Park
“Great walk and if you walk to the flag pole you can see all of Glasgow City and West End .”
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Park
“Massive park close by with loads of sports facilities and a dry ski slope. Perfect for families on rainy days.”
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Park
“At about 5 min walk, Victoria Park is great place to walk, run, play & relax. Also great fo bird watching.”
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Park
“My favorite park in Glasgow! It has everything you could need - a beautiful river running through it (with a resident Kingfisher!), a number of different trails depending on what you fancy (sturdy paths/forest walks/nature trails), play park, golf course and graveyard! Beautiful at any time of year.”
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Park
“This won one of the best parks in the UK. A must-see with waterfall, ponds, huge trees and wildlife.”
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Park
“Alexandra Park is a public park in the East End of Glasgow, Scotland. It is located in Dennistoun, two miles east of the city centre. To the north is the M8 motorway. Named after Princess Alexandra of Denmark, it opened in 1870”
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Mat
“19th-century glasshouse with sub-tropical plants and ponds, plus birds, a reptile house and a cafe.”
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Torg
“City centre square with city chambers, lots of statues and the start of the merchant city- often activities/music events/sporting events centred around the square ”
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Park
“15 minutes walk from our house, Newlands Park is a small but pretty park with impressive flower beds and trails. The old tennis pavilion now houses the acclaimed Dandelion Cafe, which provides excellent lunches and homemade baking.”
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Park
“Not the best park, but a walk up to the flagpole is worth it for the best view in (and of) Glasgow.”
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Flod
“Lovely walk along the River Kelvin which takes you from the Botanics all the way to Finnieston!”
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