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Allan and Ferguson's Views in Glasgow


Royal Crescent, Glasgow

Royal Crescent, on the western section of Sauchiehall Street near Kelvingrove Park, was designed by Alexander Taylor (fl.1830-41) and built between 1839-49. It was a fashionable residential area but today is mostly occupied as offices. The engraving shows the pediment now absent from the middle of the terrace.

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