Glasgow is the densest city in Scotland with a population of 621,020. It is the 5th most visited city in the UK is on the River Clyde in the country's West Central Lowlands. Formally citizens of the city are referred to as "Glaswegians" or "Weegies". One of the important factors leading visitors to the city is the different agricultural view.
Glasgow is an important centre for higher and educational research. The city runs 149 primary schools,29 secondary schools and three specialist schools - the Glasgow School of Sport, the Dance School of Scotland and the Glasgow Gaelic School. The city council grants outdoor Education facilities at the Blairvadach Centre.
NHS Scotland provides the Medical Care and controlled by NS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. The Western Infirmary, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Gartnavel General Hospital, the Dental Hospital, and the Stobhill Hospital are -the major hospital including Accident and Emergency. NHS 24 has provided emergency phone assistance and 24-hour access to the common exponent.
Glasgow is well known for its houses. Some of the recognisable features if the city is the red and light sandstone houses. In 1960, Glasgow observed the development of high-rise housing in tower sections.