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Whisky Get a taste for the water of life with our guide to Scotland’s national drink. Gaelic Delve into the past, present and future of Scotland’s ancient language. The Thistle Why is it that such a proud people as the Scots should choose a humble weed as its national symbol? In truth, no-one knows! The …
Did You Know…. Wee Scottish facts * The shortest scheduled flight in the world is one and a half miles long from Westray to Papa Westray in the Orkney Islands of Scotland. The journey takes 1 minute 14 seconds to complete. * The wildcat is the quickest Scottish animal to fend for itself after birth. …
Ten fun facts about Scotland Fact 1: Scotland is the second largest country in the United Kingdom of Great Britain. Fact 2: Edinburgh was the first city in the world to have its own fire-brigade. Fact 3: Scotland is considered the home land of golf. Fact 4: The most famous actor from Scotland is probably …
A lot of people struggle to understand the scottish language, its understandable since we have so much slang words. Here is a few¬† phrases and words that may make you giggle. Keep the heid! – Stay calm, don’t get upset. We’re awe’ Jock Tamson’s bairns! – We’re all God’s children, nobody is better than anybody …
Glasgow Rangers was first formed by William Mcbeath and brothers,Peter and Moses McNeil and Peter Campbell. The had no money for strips, they didnt even have a football! They had their first match against Callander which ended with a score of 0-0. They became established in 1873 when their first annual meeting was held and …
The Thistle – Why is it that such a proud people as the Scots should choose a humble weed as its national symbol? In truth, no-one knows! The thistle legend But why is it that such a proud people as the Scots should choose a humble weed as its national symbol? In truth, no-one knows. …
When you are looking for facts about Scotland it is no surprise that the history of Scotland and Scotland tourism play a very strong part. Here are some facts about Scotland that you will find interesting. 1. History of Scotland Scottish history can be traced back over 10,000 years when the first inhabitants arrived. The …
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