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Glasgow Tower
Scotland

This is a view from the bottom of Glasgow Tower, the tallest free standing rotatable structure. From here, you can see the Science Centre, the SECC "Armadillo", Bell Bridge, the Clyde Arc, and the Finnieston Crane.

Copyright: Daniel oi
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Uploaded: 15/07/2010
Updated: 08/07/2014
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