The Greatest Glasgow monthly Doodle is a special drawing intended to celebrate Glasgow’s glorious and fascinating past in an entertaining and fun way.
THE APRIL DOODLE
The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, located in Govan in the south-west of Glasgow, started taking patients at the end of April 2015.
This 14 floor hospital is one of the biggest care complexes in Europe, a cost closer to £1bn and replaces four hospitals across Glasgow.
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On 7 January 1451, the University of Glasgow was founded. It was the fourth-oldest university in the English speaking world.
On 31 December 1957, STV broadcasts its first Hogmanay celebration, from the Glasgow’s Theatre Royal.
In November 2007, Glasgow was selected over Abuja as the host city of the XX Commonwealth Games.
On 21 October 1983, the Burrell Collection, donated years earlier to the city of Glasgow, was opened to the public in Pollock Park.
The cruise Queen Elizabeth II, built for the Cunard Line in Clydebank, was launched on 20 September 1967.
Glasgow Central Station was opened by the Caledonian Railway on 1st August 1879 and it had originally 8 platforms
Glasgow Fair was established in the XIIth century and gave Glasgow the right to hold an annual eight day fair in July.
Birth anniversary of Adam Smith (5 June 1723), Scottish economist, and a pioneer of political economy.
Empire Exhibition was an international exposition held at Bellahouston Park in Glasgow, from May to December 1938.
The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, one of the biggest in Europe, started taking patients at the end of April 2015.
From 1 to 8 March 2001, the Banksy’s ‘Peace is Tough’ exhibition opened to visitors in Glasgow at The Arches nightclub.
On 21 February 1842, the train line from Glasgow Queen Street Station to Edinburgh Haymarket was opened to passenger traffic.