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Beautiful Places in Scotland

As commercial cleaners offering cleaning services throughout central Scotland we see a lot of beautiful places, buildings and statues on our travels. Here are some of our favourites.

Source: https://purecleaningscotland.co.uk

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The Kelpies

The Kelpies

The Kelpies can be seen from the M9 as they are a massive 30 metres high. Design by sculptor Andy Scott, they look stunning all year round and even at night when they are lit up. Definitely worth a visit.

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Newhaven Harbour, Edinburgh

Newhaven Harbour, Edinburgh

It's great to watch a spectacular sunset after a day's work. This is the view from Newhaven Harbour in Edinburgh.

Forth Bridges

This article in the Scotsman shows some amazing pictures of the 3 Forth Bridges. Sometimes we cross the Forth Road Bridge and other times we just see them from various roads. And each time we see them, at different times of day and in different lights and weather, they look stunning.

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Buchanan Street, Glasgow

Buchanan Street, Glasgow

We are often in the centre of Glasgow cleaning offices, shops and restaurants. Buchanan Street is always alive with people of all ages. The architecture ranges from grand old Victorian buildings to very modern glass buildings. At the top of the street, stands the statue of Donald Dewar who was the inaugural First Minister of Scotland.

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Old Town, Edinburgh

Old Town, Edinburgh

Whilst cleaning shops and pubs we don't always get to appreciate the beautiful city that we live in. Edinburgh's old town is a great place to go for a wander, eat and drink, and enjoy the spectacular architecture.

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Castle Rock

Castle Rock

No visit to Central Scotland is complete without seeing Edinburgh Castle. We live and work in Edinburgh so almost forget it's there...but not quite. We are reminded by the 1 o'clock gun, the fireworks, the Royal Military Tattoo......

Scottish fact of the day: M8 motorway sculptures

Thousands of people travel every day along the M8 between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Love it or hate it, it does have some fantastic artworks along the way. The #cleaners at Pure Cleaning (Scotland) Ltd can clean your business premises if you are located along the M8 corridor.

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Finnieston Crane

Finnieston Crane

All along the Clyde waterfront in Glasgow has been revitalised with new businesses and buildings. The Finnieston Crane is one of the few remaining reminders of the Clyde's industrial past. We are available to clean your office or windows if your business resides along the Clyde.

"The Angel Of The Nauld" - Arria

Dubbed The Angel of the Nauld by one publication, this 10 metre steel sculpture by Glasgow artist Andy Scott was erected overlooking the A80 in August 2010.

This is another sculpture that we see on our way to clean the commercial premises for one of our Cumbernauld clients.