The Top 50 Glasgow Landmarks were announced by Glasgow's Lord Provost on 17 September 2010.
Inspired by the highly successful Chicago Landmarks scheme, this project was promoted by The Mackintosh Heritage Group with funding from Scottish Enterprise. The scheme was supported by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust, Glasgow City Council, Glasgow City Heritage Trust, Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, Historic Scotland and VisitScotland.
The public voted online, through an Evening Times poll and the results were judged by a panel of experts. The resulting list comprises the buildings which Glaswegians and visitors to the city like best from eight centuries of Glasgow’s history on the basis of cultural, social, historical and architectural significance.
You can download the full list of Glasgow-Landmarks-Top-50 (PDF format).
You can also download the Glasgow Landmarks Leaflet to find out which three Mackintosh buildings were named in the city's Top 50 architectural landmarks and see the very best of Glasgow’s eight centuries of buildings, as selected by local people, visitors to the city and a panel of experts.