Monument to David Livingstone Tourist attraction in Glasgow, United Kingdom

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Map gps coordinates: 55.862686, -4.234499
Address: 50 Church Ln, Glasgow G4 0UZ, GB

The statue of David Livingstone stands in Cathedral Square, at the west end of the Cathedral Precinct, between the Royal Infirmary and St Mungo's Museum of Religious Life and Art, facing Castle Street. This is the third site that the statue has occupied, having originally been erected on the west side of George Square in 1879, and then moved to an island site in Cathedral Square in 1960, a few yards to the south of its present location, where it faced Provand's Lordship. It was moved here in 1990, as part of the creation of the precinct as a processional route to Glasgow Cathedral.

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