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Scotland's cultural capital
Edinburgh is one of Scotland’s most important cultural cities. Edinburgh is home to the national parliament of Scotland (Holyrood), the National History Museum, The national Library, and Scottish High Court. The city is steeped in the political, and cultural history of Scotland. With many notable attractions to visit, which will give you a kindred feeling for Scotland.
The Natural History museum, from the building itself to the fascinating content...
Glasgow, edgy urbanity Handsome Victorian building
It is the third largest city in the Uk and the largest in Scotland, a main economic and industrial hub, and has been nominated several times as the European City of Culture, City of Music, Capital of Sport and City of Archite...
Edgy and Modish Glasgow Urban mayhem and black humour
It is the third largest city in the UK and the largest in Scotland, a main economic and industrial hub, and has been nominated several times as the European City of Culture, City of Music, Capital of Sport and City of Archite...
Edinburgh's Festival and Fringe Edinburgh International Festival (EIF)
The Edinburgh Festival is one of the largest cultural events in the world, and takes place all over the city of Edinburgh over three weeks. It originated in 1947 and was established as the Edinburgh International Festival (EI...
Edinburgh - One City, Many Discoveries. Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh contains a little bit of every aspect of Scotland. It looks that all the single parts: culture, architecture, traditions, and history are put into this spectacular city. In other words, Edinburgh is like a historic ...
Coldplay Concert 5 6 December 2008 Glasgow hostels and Hotels
If you're going to be in Glasgow on the 5th and 6th of December then you may want to put some time aside to check out the Coldplay concert at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre. Coldplays debut album Parachutes,...
Robinson Crusoe Evidence of the campsite of an early European occupant.
Cast away on a desert island, surviving on what nature alone can provide, praying for rescue but fearing the sight of a boat on the horizon. These are the imaginative creations of Daniel Defoe in his famous novel Robinson Cru...
St. Patrick Day March 17th
ST. PATRICK'S DAY The story goes like this... Saint Patrick was born in Scotland in the late 4th century A.D. under the name Maewyn Succat. When he was 16 he was kidnapped and shipped as a slave to Ireland where he spent...