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Buchanan Street, Glasgow
Scotland

Buchanan Street is one of the main shopping thoroughfares at the centre of Glasgow. It is a fully pedestrianised and runs from Buchanan Galleries and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall at its Northern end towards St Enoch's Square at its Southern End. In 1999, the street was repaved and given its striking blue lighting.

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