While studying Architecture in Glasgow, Scotland, I have also begun a walking class entitled “Walking through the Secrets of the City” and we had our first class meeting this past Tuesday, April 17th. The description of the class is as follows:
” Discover the secret life of the City’s buildings on six guided walks that explore the overlooked and obscure aspects of Glasgow. Exercise your eye for detail, and see the surprising architectural and sculptural detail of the city’s buildings. these walks will show an unfamiliar side of the familiar streets, as we identify traces of the past and present, map the lost rivers, canals, railways and paths of Glasgow, and experience the multiple layers of history and heritage that lie beneath the surface…”
Being a history buff when it comes to historical information on cities, I was extremely excited for this class to begin and posted a video description of the images I took on my travel blog. I decided to post it here as well since it relates to my studies, and you can follow along if you so choose as you hear a 20 minute history behind some of the images.