The "Golden Gate Bridge" over Dee, Invercauld, Scotland. Beautiful tourist destination for sightseeing when traveling and going on road trips. Great location for taking beautiful photography and planning on things to do in Scotland.
"The Battle Of Culloden was fought on this moor, April The graves of the gallant Highlanders who fought for Scotland & Prince Charlie, are marked by the names of their Clans" Culloden is a tract of moorland in the county of Inverness, Scotland
via timber folk wanderthewood: The Aonach Eagach from Meall Dearg, Kinlochleven, Scotland by Nick Livesey Mountain Images
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The Thistle of Scotland, alongside tartan the thistle is perhaps the most identifiable symbol of all things Scottish. The prickly-leaved, pink or purple-flowered thistle is the emblem of the Scottish nation.
Scotland's Inveraray Castle is the current seat of the Chief of Clan Campbell, Dukes of Argyll. The beautiful white walled castle is situated in a Royal Burgh and the blue-green granite it was built from, together with the slated towers that have weathere
The Scottish crown jewels are also known as "The Honours of Scotland". They consist of a crown, sword and sceptre. On the Union of the Crowns in the Scottish crown jewels were left in Scotland when King James VI of Scotland inherited the English throne.