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Geographically, Scotland occupies the northern section of the island of Great Britain, and is surrounded by the Irish Sea, the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. A little known fact is that Scotland is comprised of more than 600 islands including the Hebrides and famous coastal areas such as Isle and Man. Scotland is divided into approximately three dozen regions or council areas. ...
- Glasgow and Clyde Valley
Lanark is a small town in Scotland. The fascinating town of Lanark has a long history and served as an important market town as far back as the medieval times.
Tayport in Scotland is a small harbor town with a stunning view of sea coastlines. Just imagine exploring one of the most popular destinations in Scotland. Tayport is well-known for the line fishing industry - one of the oldest in Scotland - which at one time gave employment to about 45,000 men.
There are many fine attractions in Scotland that are definitely worth seeing. In fact, you’ll probably find that there is so much to choose from that you won't know where to start. We cannot tell you which attractions will appeal most to you, but we can give you a little information on many of Scotland’s top attractions, which will help you decide for yourself.