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M74
      
Links Glasgow and Abington in South Lanarkshire, Where the A74(M) Takes over
M77
      
Links Glasgow and Fenwick (near Kilmarnock)
M80
      
Links Glasgow and Stirling
Nelson Mandela
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Glasgow
Kenny Dalglish
   was awarded the Freedom of the City of   
Glasgow
Glasgow
   stands on the   
Clyde
Scotland
In This Our Life
   was written by   
Ellen Glasgow
1942
Glasgow
   is situated in   
Scotland
Archdiocese
Billy Connolly
   said   
"The Great Thing About Glasgow Now is That if There is a Nuclear Attack It'll Look Exactly the Same Afterwards."
Rangers FC
   play at   
Ibrox Park Glasgow
Winners of European Cup Winners Cup in 1972 -- the current Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson played for the club in the late 60's (1960's). Lost in the UEFA Cup Final in 2008 to Zenit St.Petersburg the first Russian Club to win the trophy.
Crookston Castle
   is in the county   
Glasgow
Glasgow Royal Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1800
Port Glasgow Burgh
   adopted a policing system in   
1800
Australia
   had the general   
Sir William Glasgow
General
2014
   Commonwealth Games host was   
Glasgow
XX, opened by Elizabeth II
Glasgow, Scotland
   is at   
55°52'N 04°15'W
United Kingdom
Glasgow, Scotland
   has the patron saint   
Kentigern
D. 603
St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
   is situated in   
Glasgow, U.K.






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