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A Charming Escape to Kilconquhar

The picturesque village of Kilconquhar is located near Fife and Elie & Earlsferry, on the Kilconquhar Loch, and is believed to have been established approximately fourteen centuries ago. It is a village that is bursting with charm, history and tranquility and has many attractions, activities and noteworthy sites for visitors to enjoy. Shrouded in mystery and debate, discovering the origins and history of Kilconquhar and its loch is as much an adventure as exploring the village itself.

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Step Back in Time to the Victorian Era

If you want to take a delightful walk back in time then look no further than the Gladstone Court Museum. This stunningly life-like replica of a Victorian street will help you to relive a day in the life of an ordinary person in this picturesque bygone era.

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Visiting Fascinating Fergusson Gallery

The city of Perth, with its many historic and cultural features, is a fascinating place to explore and should not be missed when visiting Scotland. The Fergusson Gallery in Perth is devoted to the works of world-renowned Scottish artist, John Duncan Fergusson (1874-1961). Fergusson was viewed as one of the most influential 20th century Scottish artists, and was one of the few British artists to be actively involved in the Impressionist Revolution in art that took place in Paris prior to WWI.

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Touring People’s Palace & Winter Gardens

Sitting regally on the north east side of Glasgow Green, the majestic People’s Palace & Winter Gardens is a fascinating place to visit and is a popular tourist attraction for people visiting Scotland, as well as the people who call this ruggedly beautiful country home.

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An Inspiring Tour through Haddo House

Situated about twenty miles north of Aberdeen in Scotland, Haddo House welcomes visitors to explore its many fascinating features, including the surrounding terraced gardens, stables, tea room, gift shop and adjacent Haddo Country Park with its monuments, tranquil lakes, scenic walks and plentiful wildlife.

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Entertainment Galore at the Loopallu Festival

Approximately fifty-seven miles from Inverness lies the small town of Ullapool, Scotland. Between the 19th and the 20th of September 2008, Ullapool will again come alive with festive visitors eager to celebrate and enjoy the magnificent Loopallu Festival. It is a festival that has become increasingly popular in Scotland, boasting attractions, activities and wonderful entertainment for the entire family to enjoy.

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A Visit to Tranquil Vatersay

Most of the outer islands of Scotland are uninhabited, lying silent in their isolation, except for Vatersay, the Western Isles’ most southerly populated area. Due to the small size of the island, the village on the island carries the same name, and it is one of the few villages that have been populated for thousands of years. It is a peaceful and quaint destination, with a fascinating history, wonderful wildlife and a few noteworthy attractions.

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Glasgow International Piping Festival

The Glasgow International Piping Festival is known as one of the most energetic and entertaining festivals in Scotland, and this year Glasgow will come alive with sound of music between the eleventh and the seventeenth of August 2008. Musicians from across the world congregate to bring festival goers the best that piping has to offer, with street performances, concerts, workshops, classes and other amazing events filling the festival schedule. Glasgow, Scotland, is the place to be in August, taking visitors on a journey of discovery, education, entertainment and fun.

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