Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and has a vast aspect of architecture, it's most famous is its 1800’s - early 1900’s buildings.
Many buildings in Glasgow have a small amount of windows or have most of their windows blocked up due to the Scottish window tax. The Scottish window tax was introduced in 1696 by King William the Third of Scotland. The window tax was removed in 1851.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was a famous architect who invented the architectural design called “Glasgow Style”
A unique building in Glasgow is Kelvingrove Castle, William Adam had built the house with 294 windows, this cost him $20,000 in window tax.
Alexander “Greek” Thompson was another famous architect in Glasgow. He was known for his Greek style columns included in his buildings. Therefore he was nicknamed Greek Thompson. He built many structures including St. Vincent Street Church and Holmwood House.