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scotland – flower - the Thistle and Scottish Bluebell; animal – unicorn; saint - St Andrew, national day - 30 November St Andrew’s Day
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Scotland

SCOTLAND Form 11 Alieene Juuse SCOTLAND Capital: Edinburgh Largest city: Glasgow Languages: English, Gaelic, Scots Demonym: Scottish Head of State: Queen Elizabeth II Total area: 78,772 km² Population: 5,222,100 people Currency: Pound sterling Patron Saint: St. Andrew SYMBOLS THISTLE HEATHER LOCH NESS MONSTER TARTAN KILT B...

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Scotland

It shares a border with England. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. Famous cities in Scotland are Aberdeen, Dundee and Glasgow. The Symbols of Scotland are thistle, bagpipes, kilts and Tartan. There are many lochs and mountains with few trees, and islands near the western coast. There is a 5 000 000 people in Scotland. There are many attractionsin Scotland. For example: Edinburgh Castle, Ben Nevis,...

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Scotland I

Why is the early Scottish history often mythologised? Early Scottish history is often mythologised because its earliest records are almost always written by others (for example Tacitus). 2. Directly and indirectly, what did the Hadrian Wall represent? It represented directly the border of the Roman colonies in Britain and indirectly the ‘’end of the worl...

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Scotland

It is part of the United Kingdom, and shares a land border to the south with England. It is bounded by the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest. In addition to the mainland, Scotland consists of over 790 islands including the Northe...

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Scotland

It's the northern part of Great Britain. The biggest cities of Scotland are Glasgow, Aberdeen and Edinburgh. Glasgow is the biggest of the cities. It was famous as a big industrial centre. Today it's famous for many theatres and art galleries. Scotland is known for its traditions, whisky, music and special food, which all are great attractions for tourists. Scotland's landscape is very att...

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Scotland powerpoint presentation

SCOTLAND Made by · is in northwest Europe that occupies the northwest Europe northern third of the island of Great Britain · part of the United Kingdom · bounded by the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest Flag Coat of arms Data · Capital: Edinburgh · Larges...

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Scotland ettekanne

Scotland By Ketryn Õun Form 7 Scotland Capital is Edinburgh Populations is 5 100 000 The flag is blue and white Belongs to the United Kingdom The symbol is a thistle Traditional woollen cloth is squares and stripes Scotland flag The Scottish national flag is a white and blue Scotland The United Kingdom...

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Scotland overview

Scotland Overview Flag-Saltire Royal Standard of Scotland Edinburgh, Glasgow First Minister Alex Salmond 78,387km² 5,222,100 St Andrew History Picts (Celtic tribe) Romans named scotland Caledonia The Scots Queen Mary was forced to abdicate the Scottish throne in 1567. National Symbols Thistle De...

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Scotland

SCOTLAND Sandra Järvala GEOGRAPHY & POPULATION · Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom and coers the northern third of the Island of Great Britain. · The Scotland capital city is Edinburgh. MAJOR CITIES · The largest city is Glasgow. Glasgow has a population of 598,830. The city has an area of 175.5 km ². · Aberdeen, Dundee, Paisley, East Kilbride and Livingston are are...

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Scotland

It is apart of the United Kingdom. Scotland is divided into three natural regions: the Southern Uplands, the Central Lowlands and the Highlands and islands. A lot of places in Scotland are a natural paradise, still untouched by man. Glasgow · Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in t...

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Famous castles of Scotland

It is Scotland 's second most visited tourist attraction. Human habitation of the site is dated back as far as the 9th century BC. As it stands today though, few of the castle's structures pre-date the Lang Siege of the 16th century, with the notable exception of St Margaret's Chapel, the oldest surviving building in Edinburgh, which dates from the early 12th century.As with all castles, Edinburgh's fortress has been a centre of military activity. As an...

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Scotland

S C O T L A N D GENERAL OVERVIEW Territory: 31, 510 sq miles Highest peak: Ben Nevis 1343m Population: 5, 055, 000 National emblem: the thistle Capital: Edinburgh National flower: the bluebell Islands: About 790...

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Scotland

klass 2008 Etymology Scotland is from the Latin Scoti, the term applied to Gaels. The Late Latin word Scotia (land of the Gaels) was initially used to refer to Ireland. By the 11th century at the latest, Scotia was being used to refer to (Gaelic-speaking) Scotland north of the river Forth, alongside Albania or Albany, both derived from the Gaelic Alba. The use of the words Scots and Scotland to encompas...

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Scotland

What is the capital of Scotland? The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. 2. What is the population of Scotland? 2008 estimate is 5, 168, 500. 3. Why isn't S an independent country? Because it's part of the United Kingdom. 4. Did the Romans conquer Scotland? No, the Romans never conquered Scotland. 5. Why did they build Hadrian's wall? They built it to protect thei Empire south of the Scottish bo...

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Scotland

Capital ­ Edingburgh Population ­ 5.144.200 Patron Saint ­ St.Andrew Monarch ­Elizabeth 2 Language - English Clans of Scotland · "Clann" means family or children in Gaelic. Each clan was a large group of geographicallyrelated people, theoretically a wideranging family, supposedly descended from one...

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Scotland

It consist of the Lowlands, the Highlands and the islands. The landscape of Scotland is spectacular. There are wild mountains, heather moors and deep lochs. People belive that there is a strange, huge monster one of the lochs in the Highland. Some people say that they have seen it. Few people live in the north of Scotland nowadays. Most of people live in the l...

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Presentation about Scotland National Symbols

Andrew's Cross · from the 12 th century · blue background over which is placed a white representation of an X-shaped cross · 'Royal Flag' of Scotland or the 'Rampant Lion' · red lion on a gold field · Scottish monarchs or government officials · by William the Lyon in 1165 FLOWER ·...

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Scotland

SCOTLAND Form 7 By Marika SCOTLAND · Capital Edinburgh · Offical language English · Population 5,100,000 · Symbol thistle · Scottish food haggis ROBER BURNS ·...

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History of Scotland

History of Scotland Karoliina Grentsmann, Katri Hendrikson Viljandi Gümnaasium I VÕ Picts Ancient people Ancient eastern and northern Scotland Extinct Pictish language Art appears on stones Pictish Stones Monumental stelae Remaining evidence of the Picts From the 6th to 9th centuries The purpose of the stones Original sit...

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Aggregation of Scotland with England

Aggregation of Scotland with England Tartu Veeriku School 7a Koit Krusberg 25 March 2015 Edward I  Lived in 17 June 1239 – 7 July 1307  Nicknames Edward Longshawk, Hammer of the Scottchs  15 children, 10 girls and 5 boys  Next king Edward II Edward II Edward II  (25 April 1284 – 21 September 1327  Son of Edward I  By the Grace of God, King of England, Lord of Ireland and...

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