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The Armadillo is the nickname for the Clyde Auditorium, part of the The Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.

The Armadillo - Clyde Auditorium viewed from Bell's Bridge
The Armadillo - Clyde Auditorium viewed from Bell's Bridge, Glasgow.
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They belonged to Glasgow
A social history of Glasgow from the bottom up
Rudolph Kenna

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Famed as the second city of the empire, Glasgow's origins lie not only in the medieval town based around the High Street, but also in the numerous villages outside the city boundaries, including Anderston and Partick. This text charts the changes in these villages as the city spread. [ISBN 1903238323 / Pages: 143 / Paperback]

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