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Answered 2011-08-04 04:38:39

I can give you just one: The stunning natural beauty of the country is one of the world's best-kept secrets.

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Yes.In fact there are so many they cull them.

Does Scotland have any mountain chains?

The Grampians, which in fact is the longest chain in GB.

How much of Scotland did the Romans conquer?

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Are there skunks in Scotland?

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What is the most bizarre thing about Scotland?

The fact that some people believe that the Loch Ness Monster exists.

Did Malcolm receive a vision revealing the future king of Scotland?

no. he did not in fact he caught vision of the 1st king

Why do flights from London to the USA fly over Scotland?

For the simple fact the Earth is not flat, it is in a sphere shape.

What are the main attractions in Scotland?

i think the Falkirk Wheel is probably the best attraction in Scotland because it was the first thing made like it and it joins the two main canals in Scotland- the Union canal and the Forth and Clyde canal. but it's an opinion of mine, not a fact.

What courses can you do in Scotland?

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Are there any coastlines in Scotland?

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Where would I be if I visited cities such as Glasgow and Edinburgh?

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Why is there only 1 lake in Scotland?

The only reason really is because in Scotland we speak 'Doric' which is not a different language, but more of an accent. In Scotland, the word for lake is loch, so this is why most of the lakes in Scotland are called lochs. I think 'Lake Ness' and 'Lake Lomond' sound funny as well! Fun Fact: Puddock means 'frog' in Doric!

Why does J.K Rowling choose to live in Scotland rather than moving somewhere sunnier?

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In what country do men wear skirts or kilts?

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What kind of music is played in Scotland?

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Is golf British or Scottish?

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What is Scotland known as?

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Are Scottish bank notes legal tender?

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