Now a world legend and so it should be. A must see for everyone who visits our unique city. Cameras are always at the ready
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not sure why the Duke of Welling ton is in Glasgow but guess he had a lot of Scots in his army. Both the Duke and Copenhagen had cones on thier heads when we visited.
Right outside the art gallery, this statue is well known here. Right in the city centre surrounded by pubs, cafes and restaurants. People put cones on its head or climb on it drunk. Scottish humor.
don't understand why this became a symbol of the people - other than the drunken habit of putting a cone on wellington's head and the facebook campaign to stop the council removing his cone hat. it has now become permanent
The traffic cone has been on Wellingtons head for so many years that the Police now turn the proverbial 'blind eye' to the perpetrators. Harmless fun of course and it has even caught-on in other parts of the city.
The traffic cones are quite funny, and have a history too. Earlier reviewers have said it would just be another statue if it weren't for the traffic cone(s). They are right, good humored Scots.
The traffic cones and their history makes sense of Scots! Well done folks! It is great to see people are having in their lives!
Good quality piece of art work with the fun addition of one, or two traffic cones. Well placed outside the museum of modern art.
Right outside the art gallery, this monument has lot's of history which you can aquire on the internet or the visitor centre. Right in the city centre surrounded by pubs, cafes and restaurants. Just a short walk into Buchanan Street where most of the high...More