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AN American historian has uncovered the roots of how the Unicorn became Scotland’s national animal in the late 1300s.

AN American historian has uncovered the roots of how the Unicorn became Scotland’s national animal in the late 1300s.

Some of my favourite Scottish words.

Some of my favourite Scottish words.

NESSIE ET LE LOCH NESS | PUIGDEMONT ROCA

Nessie et le Loch Ness

NESSIE ET LE LOCH NESS | PUIGDEMONT ROCA

Scottish Folk Tales

Scottish Folk Tales

Robert the bruce - Bataille de Bannockburn

Robert the bruce - Bataille de Bannockburn

Scotland's first public statue of Mary, Queen of Scots. The bronze, seven-foot statue of Mary stands on the Linlithgow Peel, looking out over the palace, where she was born.

Scotland's first public statue of Mary, Queen of Scots. The bronze, seven-foot statue of Mary stands on the Linlithgow Peel, looking out over the palace, where she was born.

Mary King's Close, Édimbourg, #Écosse  http://selection.readersdigest.ca/fetes/halloween/les-8-destinations-les-plus-terrifiantes?id=2

Mary King's Close, Édimbourg, #Écosse http://selection.readersdigest.ca/fetes/halloween/les-8-destinations-les-plus-terrifiantes?id=2

Map_Highland_Clans2 (254K)

Map_Highland_Clans2 (254K)

SCOTLAND THE BRAVE ~ PIPES & DRUMS ~ ( HD )

SCOTLAND THE BRAVE ~ PIPES & DRUMS ~ ( HD )

The oldest games outside of Scotland are in  Antigonish, Nova Scotia – 152 years old. Nova Scotia has the reputation of being more Scottish  than Scotland.   Populated predominantly due to the Highland clearances, the majority of names, especially on Cape Breton, would be easily recognized in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, with a bit of Irish and French Acadian names mixed in.    Excerpt from "Highland Games" by Jim McQuiston in our November 2014 issue, FREE at www.celticguide.com.

The oldest games outside of Scotland are in Antigonish, Nova Scotia – 152 years old. Nova Scotia has the reputation of being more Scottish than Scotland. Populated predominantly due to the Highland clearances, the majority of names, especially on Cape Breton, would be easily recognized in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, with a bit of Irish and French Acadian names mixed in. Excerpt from "Highland Games" by Jim McQuiston in our November 2014 issue, FREE at www.celticguide.com.

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