The Christmas Market this year has moved from its usual location in St Enoch’s Square to Argyle Street due to the refurbishment of St Enoch’s Underground Station.
After working on Saturday, I took the train from Mount Florida to Glasgow Central and stopped off to have a look round the market.
Below are some photographs of some of the stalls. Being the last Saturday before Christmas, many of the stalls were quite crowded and it was difficult to get near enough to photograph them.
The main things for sale included food and drink, jewellery and hand-made goods.
The German sausage stall was very popular and had a good variety of sausages on offer, similar to the ones found in the discount supermarkets such as Lidl and Aldi.
The French cakes looked nice but as I am not a big cake eater I was not tempted.
The Italian bakery also looked very nice but again I was not tempted.
There were some tempting varieties of Snowdonia cheese for sale so I bought some for Christmas.
The African carvings looked very nice and obviously were created by some talented craftsmen and women. The detail on them was excellent.
The Russian dolls were lovely.
|Native American Indian Goods|
The Native American Indian goods were very interesting. I am not familiar with Native American Indian culture so must look into this more.
The market is on until December 23rd.