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"Aerial view of Glasgow city centre with the River Clyde in the centre, looking west.At the front left of the photo is Glasgow Central Station. The bridges are, front to back: Glasgow Bridge, Railway Bridge, George IV Bridge, Squiggy Bridge, Kingston Bridge, Squinty Bridge, Bell's Bridge, Millenium Bridge.Easily seen are the SECC, Clyde auditorium ('Armadillo'), Science Centre and Planetarium, Glasgow Tower, the new Riverside Museum, the site for the future Scottish Hydro Arena (under construction) and the M8 motorway."

3D Render of a Topographic Map of Glasgow, Scotland. All source data is in the public domain. Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (Sep 2019) courtesy of ESA. URL of source image: https://scihub.copernicus.eu/dhus/#/home. Relief texture SRTM data courtesy of NASA. URL of source image: https://search.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/granules/collection-details?p=C1000000240-LPDAAC_ECS&q=srtm%201%20arc&ok=srtm%201%20arc

Glasgow, Scotland - October 4, 2013: The newly opened SSE Hydro, Glasgow's new 12000 seat entertainment venue. The SSEA Hydro will attract an audience of one million visitors each year, which positions it as the fifth busiest entertainment arena in the world, alongside iconic venues like Madison Square Garden and The O2 arena. London-based Foster + Partners are the architects behind The SSE Hydro.

"*** 2 Images stitched to create panorama ***This bridge was begun in 1851, and crosses the River Clyde in the Centre of Glasgow.As part of the 'Glasgow: City of Light' strategy, this bridge has been illuminated. The lights on the bridge are linked to the riverbank, where attractive white lights have been placed in 11 trees along Carlton Place.The scheme is designed to highlight the beauty and architecture of the Grade A listed bridge and enhance Carlton Place, which is considered to be Glasgow's finest riverside terrace. A total of 576 white LEDs have been used to illuminate the stone piers on both banks of the river. A further 1848 red LEDs have been used to light up the bridge balustrades and suspension rods."

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