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Walk along The Clyde


This Slate features a walk along The River Clyde, down at the riverbank near Bothwell Castle.


The river flows into the Firth of Clyde in Scotland and is the ninth-longest river in the United Kingdom, and the third-longest in Scotland. It runs through the major city of Glasgow. Historically, it was important to the British Empire because of its role in shipbuilding and trade.


To the Romans, it was Clota, and in the early medieval Cumbric language, it was known as Clud or Clut. It was central to the Kingdom of Strathclyde (Teyrnas Ystrad Clut).


Materials used


Acrylic paint on Slate was used to create this piece

Size: 4" x 4"

Walk along The Clyde

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