Glasgow named by European Commission as the cultural and creative capital of the UK
It once served as shipbuilder to the world but these days there's another strength that floats Glasgow's boat.
The city has just been named as the cultural and creative capital of the UK by the European Commission.
The Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor 2019 ranked 190 cities in 30 European countries on their 'cultural vibrancy', 'creative economy' and ability to attract creative talent.
Glasgow was also hailed for its 'openness, tolerance and trust'.
London, Bristol, Brighton and Manchester round out the rest of the top five UK cultural cities.
Glasgow is home to more than 100 cultural organisations.
The council claims more people visit Glasgow's museums each year than in any other UK city outside of London.
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