UK | Glasgow - George Square
In 1781, George Square was a muddy wasteland until it was developed into private gardens. This public square in Glasgow was named after King George III. Embellished chambers of the city can be seen at the east side of the square. The area is vast and suitable for gatherings, including popular events such as Glasgow Loves Christmas and Piping Live. The square also boasts a number of historically significant statues and monuments. Surrounding George Square is a number of high quality restaurants enough for any taste and budget.