EDINBURGH, 2016-Jul-18 â€” Uncovered by a storm in 1850, Skara Brae is world famous for being the...Read More
In late 19th Century Scotland, he was the countryâ€™s most beloved celebrity. His true story, colored by death, dedication, tribulation, before victory triumph is the stuff of legends and undoubtedly served as inspiration for...Read More
Dryburgh AbbeyÂ was founded in 1150 by Hugh de Moreville, High Constable of Scotland and one of the most powerful men in the fledgling Scottish nation. Despite his obvious piety (he enrolled as a novice in his old age) his son...Read More
A few weeks ago I had the chance to to catch up with some tourism folks from Scotland. The nice visit included information on travel, festivals, golf, whiskey, and of course, idyllic hotels in which to stay. In this video, Nikki...Read More
I had a moment to catch up with Melanie Angus of Visit Scotland. Just in time, Scotland is looking for millions of its kin to come home for 2009. Visitors can expect great festivals, food and fun. Be sure to look out for all our...Read More
In 2005, Scotland’s population is just over 5 million. Glasgow is the largest city with a population of approximately 600,000 while the capital, Edinburgh, has a population of around 450,000 with Aberdeen next at just less...Read More
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