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My Heart's in Scotland

My Heart's in Scotland

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Callanish Stones, Isle of Lewis, Stornoway, Scotland.

Callanish Stones, Isle of Lewis, Stornoway, Scotland

Medieval, Balmoral Castle, Scotland

Blue Pueblo, Medieval, Balmoral Castle, Scotland photo via...

Scotland Castle

This Ivy House - bonitavista: Scotland photo via sara

Portree , Isle of Skye, Scotland

16th century folly, Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Scotland

Ardnamurchan Peninsula, Scotland....

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Fife, Scotland

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Aberfeldy, Scotland. A lovely wee town with a lot of fantastic food to try. Head to Dows of Aberfeldy to get your IceDelight.

Edinburgh, Scotland

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This is Leanach Farmhouse in Culloden Moor, Scotland. At almost 300 years old its wonderful history is told by the stones, clay and oak that have kept it standing for so many centuries. Built between 1721 and 1730 and completely restored by the National Trust in 1960.

Leanach Farmhouse in Scotland


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Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK.

Sottish Naming Pattern

Castle Carnasserie, Scotland

blacksmith & forge


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Glen Coe, Scotland

Glen Coe, Scotland | Express Photos

Interior of Goblin Hall, one of the oldest surviving Gothic stone arched ceilings in existence. Yester Castle in East Lothian, Scotland - said to have been built ca. 1257 with the aid of Goblins (hence the name) as the result of a satanic pact by the owner, Hugo de Gifford (known as the wizard of Yester) with the Devil.

Milkbank House ruins near Lockerbie, Scotland

Do you have Scottish roots? Follow in the Family Footsteps with this fab leaflet that has fifteen historic trails relating to Scottish surnames

The well, on the grounds of Eglinton Castle ruins in Ayrshire, Scotland, was built to commemorate Lady Eglinton who had married Alexander Montgomerie, 8th Earl of Eglinton after the death of her husband. circa 1600's.

Edinburgh, Scotland