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11 of the ugliest, strangest looking buildings in Glasgow

We can be thankful we live in a city that combines such a range of architecture dating back hundreds of years - but we can also question some of the weird buildings we picked up along the way.

Glasgow is a truly beautiful city, home to stunning architecture ranging from Gothic to Victorian and everywhere in between - although it must be said, there really is some strange, weird, and downright odd looking buildings in our city.

While we have some incredibly intricate works of art like the Kelvingrove Museum and the City Chambers, we also have some real ‘unique’ buildings like Tay House and the Spectrum building.

Walking around Glasgow you can tell that the city has long been a home of engineering and architecture - you can’t walk ten steps in the city centre without coming across a new historic and architecturally significant site - while other sites have you question why they were ever built in the first place.

So we gathered a list of seven of the most odd, puzzling, and ugly buildings in Glasgow, here it is:

Walking around Glasgow you can tell that the city has long been a home of engineering and architecture - you can’t walk ten steps in the city centre without coming across a new historic and architecturally significant site - while other sites have you question why they were ever built in the first place.

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