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When we travel we want to make the most of our precious time, to see the sights of the place we visit, and discover its secrets and to gain an insight into its history and culture. One way to do a sightseeing tour would be a typical ‘city bus tour’ which promise to give a unique experience to travellers. Here’s 5 myth-busting things to know about ci...

The Hutchesons’ Hall is exactly this type of gem; its unique character ​​has lasted through the centuries  and it remains a centre of attraction in a modern and drastically changing world.

King Morken of Strathclyde (where contemporary Glasgow is located) didn’t want his people to convert into Christianity and Mungo was forced to leave.

Later on, things got a little out of hand when those same students caught St. Serf’s pet bird and killed it in order to blame Mungo. The plan backfired however when Mungo took the a poor creature in his hands and prayed over it. The next thing he knew it it came to life and sang. Miracles number two and slightly more impressive.

No Tour of Glasgow would be complete without a mention of Saint Kentigern - better known as Saint Mungo.  One of the first preachers in Scotland St Mungo’s life story is full of myth and legend and has a shocking start.

As your Glasgow tour guide will point on West End tour of Glasgow,  The College, as it was originally called, started on the premises of Glasgow Cathedral and later on was given its own land nearby on the High Street. By the mid 19th century it was such a polluted location to the industrial revolution, and it was decided to move The College westward...

On a  trip to Europe Mary heard a lot about experimenting alchemists and galvanism (electricity produced by chemical action). She conceived a scientist who created life and was horrified by what he had made. Thus Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus was born.

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