Scotland

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Dumfries & Galloway
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Grampian
Highland
Lothian
Tayside
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Scotland FlagWhere's that Monster Gone?Scotland has long been the inspiration of many writers and poets as it has a wide and varied landscape. Edinburgh, the historic capital, is the main attraction for visitors, but the Highlands and the northern isles attract many people to rugged hills and glens, to walk and fish in the glistening lochs, and to ski in winter. scot.gif (4509 bytes)Golf was invented in Scotland, and there are numerous fine courses, notably at St Andrew's in Fife, on the East Coast. Distinctive Scottish products include malt whisky, prime beef, butter shortbread, tweeds, tartan cloth, and quality woollen goods.

Scotland has never been as keen on traditional ales as England probably due to the fantastic range of

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