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|Scottish Gaelic: Àth Bruic|
Ibrox shown within Glasgow
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Ibrox (//; from Scottish Gaelic: Àth Bruic) "badger ford", Scottish Gaelic pronunciation: [aʰ pɾɯʰkʲ]) is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is situated south of the River Clyde and is part of the former Burgh of Govan.
It is within walking distance of the new Pacific Quay Media Park, housing BBC Scotland, Scottish TV and other production companies along with the Glasgow Science Centre. The opening of the Clyde Arc provides easy road access to the north of the river.
Ibrox is now home to an original artwork by renowned South African Artist Faith 47. Located on Copland Road opposite the entrance to Fairley Street the piece was completed during the preparations for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Copeland Road is home to a number of residential homes as well as local shops and businesses including fast food outlest, grocery stores and bars. There are a number of bus stops as well as the Ibrox Subway station. This street can get particularly busy on matchdays.
Fairley Street is an industrial area found in Ibrox just off Copland Road that is home to a number of businesses.
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