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Scotland's national venue for public events, the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) sits on the north bank of the River Clyde. Since opening in 1985, it has hosted numerous music concerts, exhibitions and professional conferences in five main exhibition halls of area up to 10,000 m².
The SECC's most distinctive feature is the Clyde Auditorium, designed by Sir Norman Foster and popularly known as ‘The Armadillo’ due to its unusual appearance. The SECC also has its own railway station – Exhibition Centre – on the Argyle Line of Glasgow's suburban railway network.