Glasgow [ɡlazgəʊ or glɑːzgəʊ] (Scots: glesga, Scottish Gaelic: Glaschu, officially City of Glasgow), with about 600,000 inhabitants, the largest city in Scotland and London and Birmingham's third largest city of the United Kingdom. The city is one of the 32 council areas in Scotland and lies on the River Clyde. In the late 19th and early 20th century Glasgow had more than one million inhabitants. Today in the Greater Glasgow Urban Area 1,750,500 inhabitants. Glasgow is considered contrary to the Scottish capital Edinburgh as "working-class city". In Glasgow there is a cathedral from the 12th century and four universities (University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of the West of Scotland) and the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama).