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5 Man-made Structures- Other to explore in South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire

South Lanarkshire is one of 32 unitary authorities of Scotland. It borders the south-east of the City of Glasgow and contains some of Greater Glasgow's suburbs, also containing many towns and villages. It was flourished with so many tourist attractions and also you can spend some good time there.

David Livingstone Birthplace
David Livingstone Birthplace165 Station Rd, Blantyre, Glasgow G72 9BY, UK

David Livingstone was a pioneering individual, who rose from humble beginnings in Blantyre, Scotland to become famous for his travels and his medical and missionary adventures in Africa. A Trust was set up in 1929 to hold and maintain a National Memorial and Museum on the site of Livingstone’s birth, which is made available to the public, providing an interesting, educational and enjoyable cultural experience.

Dollan Aqua Centre
Dollan Aqua CentreBrouster Hill, East Kilbride, Glasgow G74 1AF, UK

Dollan Aqua Centre is a 20th-century category A listed building in East Kilbride, Scotland. Designed by Alexander Buchanan Campbell and named after former Lord Provost Sir Patrick Dollan, it was opened in 1968 as Scotland's first 50-metre swimming pool. It consists principally of pre-stressed concrete and imitates a colossal marquee - the vaulted 324 ft parabolic arched roof appears to be held down by pairs of 'V' shaped-struts that meet the ground at a 30° angle.

Hamilton Mausoleum
Hamilton MausoleumMausoleum Dr, Hamilton ML3 0DJ, UK

Hamilton Mausoleum is one of Lanarkshire’s most iconic buildings and is seen by thousands of motorists every day travelling along the M74 motorway.It was the resting place of the family of the Dukes of Hamilton. Built in the grounds of the now-demolished Hamilton Palace, its high stone used to hold the record for the longest echo within any man-made structure in the world The building is now the solitary remaining testament to the colossal scale and grandeur of the buildings which once stood in

Hamilton Water Palace
Hamilton Water Palace35 Almada St, Hamilton ML3 0HQ, UK

Hamilton Water Palace is a beaytiful swimming location, which has a range of swimming facilities as well as a gym and other leisure offerings. The centre has a 25m competition pool, a flume, a lazy river, a tyre slide and a children’s pool with a pirate ship and other interactive water features. This 4-star facility also has a club gym, a fitness studio and a health suite.

Strathaven Airfield
Strathaven AirfieldStrathaven ML10 6RW, UK

Strathaven Airfield, a traditional grass airfield offering hangarage, flying lessons and gift vouchers for flying experiences near Glasgow. It was founded by The Scottish Flying Club in the early 1960s after a decade of searching for a site to replace their former base at Glasgow's Renfrew Airport.

Map of Man-made Structures- Other to explore in South Lanarkshire