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Kelvingrove Park lies at the west end of Glasgow. It has been well loved by Glaswegians since the mid nineteenth century, when it was established along the banks of the River Kelvin, to give a green space at the west end of the quickly growing urban character of Glasgow as the Industrial Revolution progressed.

It is a vibrant space on sunny days, filled with children playing, people riding bicycles on their way to city center or the nearby university, and workers on tea break.

When mist, fog, and frost arise, though, as they did on a recent January morning, it almost seems as though you are in a quiet place the Highlands.

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Kerry Dexter is one of six writers who contribute to Perceptive Travel’s blog. You will often find her writing about places, events, and people connected with music, history, and the arts in Europe and North America. You may find more of Kerry's work at her site Music Road as well as in Wandering Educators, National Geographic Traveler, Ireland and the Americas, and other places online and in print.

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