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Destiny Scotland - Nelson Mandela Place

23 Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow. G2 1QY.

Tel: +44 1316 293 888

https://www.destinyscotland.com/property/nelson-mandela-place/

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Nelson Mandela Place Apartments. A beautifully converted A Grade property offering superior & classic studio apartments for leisure & corporate guests.

Located in the city centre you have easy access to public transport with Queen St station just 5 minutes walk away & shops, bars & restaurants plentiful.

Nelson Mandela Place was originally St George’s Place. In 1981, whilst Mandela was still imprisoned on Robben Island under the South African apartheid regime, he was awarded the Freedom of the city of Glasgow. Glasgow City Council continued its support for the campaign to free Nelson Mandela by renaming the street in honour of the political prisoner in 1986, much to the annoyance of staff in the South African consulate there.

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