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Scotland (Scottish Gaelic Alba, Eng. Scotland) is a former independent kingdom of northwest Europe. Now it is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain, and the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland Islands. In the south is bordered by England. East Scottish coast is washed by the North Sea to the north and west of the Atlantic Ocean, south-west - the Irish Sea. Scotland's capital and second largest city of Edinburgh is one of Europe's largest financial centers.  The largest Scottish city of Glasgow, who is also a conglomeration of Greater Glasgow center. Current Scottish border close to 1237. Treaty of York between Scotland and England in 1266. Perth treaty between Scotland and Norway's borders. Exception of the Isle of Man, which now reports directly to the United Kingdom, Orkney and Shetland Islands, which is now part of Scotland, rather than Norway and Berwick-upon-Tweed, which is assigned by England in 1746. Berwick Act.
Travels In Scotland [00:52]
Scotland is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. In the Highlands the air is so pure that both your body and mind are exhilarated The winters are harsh but the landscape takes on a romantic sublimity. A perfect place to escape the chatter of urban life.. .
Winter Drive In Snow To Newburgh North Fife Scotland [02:19]
Tour Scotland video of a Winter drive in the snow to visit Newburgh in North Fife. This Scottish town is situated on the Firth of Tay. For some time, its industries chiefly consisted of the making of linen and floorcloth, malting and quarrying, and there were fisheries, especially of salmon. The harbour was used for the transshipment of the cargoes of Perth bound vessels of over 200 tons. But most of these industries have now gone.
December Time Lapse Mid Day, Fife Scotland [01:15]
Non licensed audio version for all countries
Cycling Scotland. July 2004. Escocia en Bicicleta. [04:55]
One of the most beautiful countries I've cycled. 950 Km crossing the Highlands. July 2004