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Scottish Mysteries.

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FALLEN EAGLE Clach an Tiompain (‘The Eagle Stone’) is a 1,300-year-old Pictish symbol stone in the Highlands. In the 17th century, a seer reportedly predicted that should it fall...

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Scottish Architecture.

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Burntisland Parish Church (also known as St Columba’s, Burntisland) is a church building in the Fife burgh of Burntisland, constructed for the Church of Scotland in 1592. It is historically important...

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Pubs in Scotland.

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Located on the corner of Deanhaugh Street in Stockbridge, Hector’s is a classic British pub within a friendly Edinburgh suburb.   With a stylish blend of traditional...

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Scottish Antiques.

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This is a smart, small Vintage Scottish Sterling Silver Quaich from the 1960s. The quaich is of classic form with a deep bowl and two flat...

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Famous Scots. Erik William Chisholm.

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Erik William Chisholm (4 January 1904 – 8 June 1965) pianist, organist and conductor sometimes known as “Scotland’s forgotten composer”. According to his biographer, Chisholm “was the...

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Infamous Scots. Thomas Aikenhead.

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Thomas Aikenhead (bapt. 28 March 1676 – 8 January 1697) was a Scottish student from Edinburgh, who was prosecuted and executed at the age of 20 on a charge of blasphemy under the Act against Blasphemy...

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