16. Glasgow (8) University of Glasgow and Chapel
The main building of Glasgow University cuts a fine sight from Kelvingrove Park
The tower and main entrance block of Glasgow University
Details of the tower
The entrance in the main facade of Glasgow University
Something of the Baronial style of architecture.
The stone vase presented by Professor Sir Graeme Davis, Principal 1995-2003 and Lady Davies.
The interior of the interfaith chaplaincy of Glasgow University.
The east stained glass window of the chapel
The west stained glass window of the chapel
Details of the west stained glass window of the chapel of Glasgow University
Final view (for the moment!) of Glasgow University as we headed back to Kelvingrove Park
The War Memorial in Kelvingrove Park just below and across the river from Glasgow University
GLASGOW INDEX: Glasgow (1) Some buildings and Streets * Glasgow (2) The Peoples Palace Social History Museum * Glasgow (3) The Winter Gardens, Templeton's Carpet factory building & Doulton Fountain * Glasgow (4a) Glasgow Cathedral - building and architecture * Glasgow (4b) Glasgow Cathedral - stained glass windows * Glasgow (4c) The Necropolis * Glasgow (5) St George's Square * Glasgow (6) Glasgow School of Art - Rennie Mackintosh * Glasgow (7) The Willow Tea Room - Rennie Mackintosh * Glasgow (8) University of Glasgow and Chapel * Glasgow (9) The Hunterian Art Gallery * Glasgow (10) Queen Street Station & Central Station * Glasgow (11) SYHA Glasgow (Scottish Youth Hostel) * Glasgow (12) Kelvingrove Park * Glasgow (13) Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum * Glasgow (14) River Clyde, Bridges and Science Centre
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