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|Scottish Gaelic: Ceann Ceanais|
Kennishead shown within Glasgow
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Kennishead (Scots: Kennisheid, Scottish Gaelic: Ceann Ceanais) is a district in the Scottish city of Glasgow. It is south of the River Clyde and borders the district of Carnwadric. The area is dominated by five high rise tower blocks.
The area is also home to the disused farm from which it takes its name from, formerly owned by Sir John Maxwell.
Kennishead was originally called "Kenneth's Head"
- List of railway station names in English, Scots and Gaelic – NewsNetScotland
- Map of the County of Renfrew – National Library of Scotland
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