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Scotland

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Questions related to the country of Scotland, which is located at the northern end of the island of Great Britain. The island lies close to the Atlantic coast of Europe. Scotland together with Northern Ireland, England and Wales comprises the nation called The United Kingdom
Because of increased security recently, you will need an approved photo ID before you will be allowed to board a plane. You should really contact the airline and ask them what is acceptable.
Glasgow, UK is 8 hours ahead of Prince George, BC, Canada.
The new exclusive Tartan from Heritage of Scotland. Express your  Scottish pride and patriotism with the new Freedom tartan.
Scotland has six places with city status - Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and Stirling. Note that although Perth is sometimes known as "the Fair City" it does not have city status.
152 miles / 245km driving distance.
The Angles came to Scotland about 1200 years ago
Answer this question…No, but it is played mostly in Scotland.
There is nowhere in Scotland named Kyole but there is a place by the name of Kyogle in Australia.
There are old Viking settlements in the Shetland Islands.
Scotland has its own elected Parliament in Edinburgh which can legislate on most things except monetary, foreign and military policy.
the women in Scotland are the same height as the women in England
The total flight duration from Glasgow, United Kingdom to Toronto,  Canada is about 7 hours, 5 minutes.
Drinking large quanitites of alcohol, while smoking a form leaf wrapped in paper before proving how hard they are by seeing who can get to hospital quickest by smashing tonic wine bottles on each other's heads.......oh! Hell, sorry - I thought you said Englaind.
Queen Elizabeth II is Head of State of all of the United Kingdom, which includes Scotland. Alex Salmond is the First Minister of Scotland.
  It takes one hour if the traffic is good. don't attempt it at rush hour between 4.30-6.
The Duke of Wellington on horseback, Royal Exchange SquareThere are many statues in George Square including... Robert Burns, James Watt and Robert PeelBuchanan Street, outside Buchanan Galleries, Donald Dewar
It is the term used for visiting friends and family as soon as  possible after midnight on 31 December each year,
  In distance it is approximately 600 miles from London to the Central Belt - the most populated area of Scotland (where Glasgow and Edinburgh are both found).   Planes from Glasgow and Edinburgh take approximately 1 hour to get to the London airports. Trains take you from the centre of the...
At what historical period?
Fearn is a small village in northern Scotland about 30 miles north east of Inverness. it lies just outside the Royal Burgh of Tain in Ross-shire.
Princes Street Gardens are in Edinburgh, Scotland. They are prize physical feature of Scotland.
Scotland is right around 275 miles long. It is 25 miles wide at its  narrowest point and 155 miles wide at its broadest point.
Lots of rolling hills that can transcend to almost mountians. They have fens, glens, moors, and plenty of steep hills.
Scotland doesn't have states we have counties which are totally different. See related links for more information.
The area of Scotland is 30405 sq. miles and India 1269072 sq. miles so Scotland would fit into India nearly 42 times.
The distance by road between Aviemore and Stirling (both in Scotland) is 114 miles.
No. There is no international border between Scotland and England.
Glasgow is on the west coast of the UK and therefore is at the forefront of Atlantic weather systems travelling in an easterly direction. London is in the southeast of the UK, well away from these Atlantic systems which have mostly blown themselves out before reaching that part of the UK.
Loch Ness is a lake so it doesn't have any eyes but it does have a bottom.
I would have to say Edinburgh. I live nearer to Glasgow, but Edinburgh is quieter and there are less groups of neds hanging about the streets. Oh I don't know, there can be just as many neds down leith walk. Having lived in both cities, I would say that one has a very pretty (though expensive to get...
The seafront is two miles long.
  == Answer ==   It comes under the Bombay Education Society with Cathedral, Campion, St Peters, Christ Church School, Barnes School, Deolali, Bishops- Pune. I should have more info later From Leonard Aarons Scottish batch of 1975
There isn't too much religion in either country. Japan has Shinto and Zen Buddhism and Scotland has Presbyterianism, the Episcopalian Church and Catholicism.
Oil, whisky, golf, haggis, mountains, kilts, bagpipes, Sean Connery.
In Scottish Gaelic 'grand-daughter' is ban-ogha and 'grandson' is mic-mac.
A direct flight from Paris, France --> Glasgow, Scotland would take about 2 hours.
The most famous is Edinburgh Castle but there are many, many more.
The Edinburgh Tattoo has always been staged in Edinburgh, Scotland. However, other Tattoos do take place around the world.
There is a small picturehouse in Edinburgh called the Cameo Picturehouse. However, the venue called the Edinburgh Picturehouse now hosts gigs. It used to be, amongst other things a nightclub called Revolution and before that it was the Caley Cinema.
Forth, Clyde, Tweed, Tay, Moray, Spey, Teviot, Don, Dee, Ness.
well, it depends on if you support them or not, but if your not a fan, no. Celtic enter europes elite competition almost ever year while aberdeen struggle to achieve europian status at all
Why not ask a travel agent directly? If I was going to try and answer your question, that's what I would have to do.
If you are born in Scotland you are Scottish. However, in international law you are British. If you don't want to upset a Scotsman, don't call him English!!
If the Loch Ness Monster existed, its main source of food would have to be fish.
Crowwood hotel near Glasgow is owned by a family group called Halo Hotels, the family who own the company are the Peters family Jack and Anne Peters and I think their children work for the company also.
About 3 hours 30 minutes depending on which train you catch.
Just one in the metro area. It is located on the site of the WorldWar 1 Turnhouse Aerodrome.
No, they use pounds sterling, Like England.   The three main Scottish banks (Bank of Scotland, Royal Bank of Scotland and Clydesdale Bank) have traditionally released their own currency, which is referred to as the "Scottish Pound". It is legal tender in all parts of the United Kingdom, but some...
The weather in Scotland changes a lot. Often you could wake up to cold, mist and icy conditions and only a few hours later the sun could be high in the sky then another few hours later it could be raining. However changeable the weather is we hardly ever get extreme weather.  During the winter...
For two reasons. Firstly, Ben Nevis is about 600 miles further north and secondly it is a 4000 foot high mountain and Plymouth is at sea level.
Between 4 and 5 hours
The tenements in Scotland weren't just in Glasgow but in most of the cities. They were (are) terraced blocks with usually six or seven flats in each block. They would either have outside toilets or shared toilets on each landing. They didn't have any bathing facilities. The remaining blocks have now...
Edinburgh to John o' Groats is 285 miles so it would depend on how fast you drive but I would allow about 7 or 8 hours.
i think you get kicked out of the house at 16 or 18 in Scotland
The Union of the Parliaments was in 1707.
Scottish Nationalist, Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat and the odd Green or Independant.