Strathclyde District Tartan

It is a contemporary tartan that is representative of the Strathclyde region of Scotland. It is the Strathclyde region situated in west Scotland. The tartan was created in the latter half of the 20th century. The tartan is also utilized in Strathclyde Police and the Strathclyde Police and Strathclyde Fire and Rescue Service along with other organizations in order to show the region's identity. Strathclyde District Tartan, the wide river that flows through the River Clyde, was an independent kingdom of Britons that spoke an indigenous language similar to Welsh from the 11th century. it had its capital at Dumbarton ('fort of the Britons'), on the northern bank of the river, however, the majority of the territory of Clyde was located to the south, which is in the present-day southwest of Scotland.
Following the destruction of Dumbarton Rock by a Viking army from Dublin in 870 The name Strathclyde is adopted which could be a reference to a shift away from the central part of the kingdom towards Govan. Strathclyde District Tartan has blue, white, and sky blue colors along with black stripes. The tartan was created in the mid-20th century but is not connected to any particular clan. It was designed in the late 20th century. Strathclyde district tartan is composed of a mixture of green, blue and white shades blue is a symbol of the River Clyde, green symbolizes the lush greenery of the area, and red represents the long-standing connection to Strathclyde's historic links to the Kingdom of Strathclyde and white to represent the famous River Clyde's snow-white marble quarries.