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Reporting Scotland 23/04/16 - shipbuilding#LestWeForget

Reporting Scotland 23/04/16 - shipbuilding#LestWeForget

Bollocks to the info presented here....the kilt has been worn for millennia not since the 16th century....Hmmm thats interesting ....and to add to that tartan cloth has been found in ancient egyptian tombs....add to that that an ancient egyptian princess named Scota lent her name to the land that now calls itself Scotland...Fact.

The History of the Kilt. Another fun Infographic from the Highland Store, this one explaining the history of the kilt. Never call it a skirt!

Resources page  for records of The Scottish Genealogy Society - Family History and Ancestry in Scotland. The Society, based in Edinburgh and founded in 1953, helps with research into Scottish family and local history. The links on this page will be to on-line databases, transcriptions, and digital images of Scottish books or sites of general interest.

The Scottish Genealogy Society - Family History and Ancestry in Scotland. Research your ancestors.

If you're thinking about a vacation to Scotland with kids then you need to check this post out - it has loads of interesting things to do!

Things to do in Scotland for kids

Heading to Scotland for your family holiday? Here is a great guide to things to do which kids will love!

The story of Scotland's Stone of Scone.

Stone of Scone. Should you appreciate finding out about someone an individual will really like our site!

You can't repeat the past. - Imgur

You can't repeat the past.

tho dewdropper and giggle water are officially going to be used by me now

Source: http://www.scotland.org/infographics/myths-and-legends/

Scottish Myths and Legends – Creatures of Scotland, including the fairy and loch ness monster, as well as more obscure tales

On a recent visit to Edinburgh booked with Creative Holidays, I set off to find the top 5 things...

Top 5 Things to Do in Edinburgh for Harry Potter Fans (WORLD OF WANDERLUST)

Top 5 Things to Do in Edinburgh for Harry Potter Fans - The Elephant House, where J. Rowling wrote the Harry Potter books

Geneticists Discover That Britons Still Live in Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms - Neatorama

GENETIC BOUNDARIES: 'A pioneering study into [Britain's] genetic heritage . shows that up to 40 per cent of [British] DNA may be from Germanic ancestors, and not the Vikings, thanks to the Anglo-Saxon migrations in The project, carried out by

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