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Scotland is a country that
is
part
of
the United
Kingdom and covers the
northern third of the island
of Great Britain. It shares a
border with England to the
south, and is otherwise
surrounded by the Atlantic
Ocean, with the North Sea to
the east and the North
Channel and Irish Sea to the
south-west. In addition to the
mainland, the country is
made up of more than 790
islands,
including
the
Northern
Isles
and
the Hebrides.
The Flag of Scotland, also known as St
Andrew's Cross or the Saltire, is the national
flag of Scotland.

The royal coat of arms
of Scotland (commonly
referred to as the Royal
Arms of Scotland) was
the official coat of
arms of the monarchs of
Scotland, and was used
as the official coat of
arms of the Kingdom of
Scotland until the Acts
of Union of 1707.
«Flower of Scotland» is a Scottish song, used
frequently at special occasions and sporting
events.

The Scottish Thistle is
the oldest recorded
'National Flower' and is
probably one of the
most well-known, and
easily
recognized
symbols of Scotland.
Unicorns have been
associated with
Royalty and
heraldry .

Tartan is a pattern
consisting of crisscrossed horizontal and
vertical
bands
in
multiple colours.
Bagpipes are a
class of musical
instrument, aer
ophones, using
enclosed reeds
fed
from
a
constant
reservoir of air
in the form of a
bag.
* Ceilidh
* Cape Breton Step
Dancing
* Scottish Country
Dancing
*Highland Dancing

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland, situated
in Lothian on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth. It
is the second most populous city in Scotland and the
seventh most populous in the United Kingdom. The
population in 2013 was 487,500. Edinburgh lies at the
heart of a larger urban zone with a population of
778,000.
Princes Street is one of the major thoroughfares in
central Edinburgh, Scotland, and its main shopping street. It is
the southernmost street of Edinburgh's New Town, stretching
.
around
1 mile from Lothian Road in the west to Leith Street in
the east
The Museum of Edinburgh,
formerly known as Huntly
House Museum, is
a museum in Edinburgh, Sc
otland, housing a collection
relating to the town's
origins, history and legends.
Exhibits include an original
copy of the National
Covenant signed
at Greyfriars Kirk in 1638
and a reconstruction of
Field Marshal Earl Haig's
headquarters on
the Western Front during
the Great War, the latter
exhibiting items
bequeathed to the Museum.
.
The Scott Monument is a Victorian
Gothic
monument
to
Scottish
author Sir Walter Scott. It is the largest
monument to a writer in the world. It
stands
in
Princes
Street
Gardens
in
Edinburgh,
opposite
the
Jenners
department
store
on
Princes
Street
and
near
to Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station,
which is named after Scott's Waverley
novels.
Glasgow is the largest city
in Scotland, and the third
largest
in
the
United
Kingdom.
Robert Burns
Sir Walter Scott
Sir Arthur Konan Doyle
Robert Lewis Stevenson
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