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For every town you visit, you can make a list of buildings/places which are somehow unique and make it somehow different from any other town. One of such buildings which are worth to see in Glasgow is the Hutchesons' Hall. The building was constructed in 1802-1805 by the Scottish architect David Hamilton. It was originally a hospital and now it houses a three floor dining venue - Hutchesons steak and seafood house.

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