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ROUND 2

  1. What was the original function of the above reconstructed building in the Merchant City when it opened in the 1840's?
    School     Municipal Chambers     Court House     Museum    

  2. The building which houses the St Mungo Museum of Religous Life and Art in Castle street, (above), was built in which decade?
    1780's     1890's     1920's     1990's    

  3. What is the title of the above church building, situated at the corner of Bath Street and Pitt Street?
    St Columba     St Aloysius     Elgin Place     Adelaide Place    

  4. The "old meets new" structure, above, is situated where?
    Merchant Square     Princes Square     Buchanan Galleries     CCA, Sauchiehall Street    

  5. The statues surrounding the central tower of Glasgow City Chambers represent what?
    The Four Elements     The Four Graces     The Four Winds     The Four Seasons    

  6. The magnificent cast-iron fronted Gardner's warehouse is now occupied by which pub?
    Crystal Palace     Glass House     Gardner's     McSorley's

  7. The classical portico for the above court house fronts which Glasgow street?
    Trongate     Clyde Street     Saltmarket     Bridgegate    

  8. The recently landscaped quayside facing the financial centre at Broomielaw is situated in which riverside street ?
    Carlton Place     Clyde Place     Kingston Street     Bridge Street    

  9. This splendid fašade is at the rear entrance to which famous Glasgow establishment?
    Mitchell Library     City Chambers     High Court of Judiciary     Glasgow University    

  10. This interior view is from the balcony of which city centre building?
    Hutchesons Hall     St Davids Ramshorn Church     St Georges Tron Church     Trades Hall    

   



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