Translation Services Glasgow

Glasgow Translation Services
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102 Editors
67 Language combinations

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Panorama Languages Glasgow

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Translation Agency Glasgow

As an experienced translation agency in Glasgow, Panorama Languages offers native speaker translators of all European and Asian languages with many years of experience and guaranteed quality. Our Glasgow-based translation company offers certified translations by sworn translators into English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish, Polish, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Romanian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Croatian, Albanian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Maltese, Serbian, Serbo-Croat, Bosnian, Slovenian, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Chinese, Mandarin, Korean, Thai, Vietnamese, Bahasa Indonesia and Malaysia, Turkish, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian as well as translation services into Estonian and translators for many other languages. You can also find our translation bureau through our more than 100 agents in London, Sheffield, Belfast, Bradford or Dublin.

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Historically part of County Lanarkshire, Glasgow became one of the four Counties of Cities in Scotland in 1893, alongside Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee. In 1975 Glasgow became a district of the Strathclyde region. Concurrently, from Lanarkshire, the localities of Rutherglen, Cambuslang, Baillieston, Garrowhill, Mount Vernon and Carmyle were incorporated into Glasgow. In 1996 Glasgow became the ‘City of Glasgow’ council area after the introduction of a single-level administrative structure. At the same time a number of municipal incorporations from 1975 were reversed. Rutherglen and Cambuslang were dispersed and now belong to the council area of South Lanarkshire. Glasgow is also one of Scotland’s lieutenancy areas. The range of museums in Glasgow is worth particular mention; almost all of which can be visited free of charge. An exception is the Glasgow Science Centre, which charges an admission fee. Notable museums include the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, the Centre for Contemporary Art and the Burrell Collection.