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The Strickland Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, mid-9th century. Plain gold panels enrich a lively pattern of dog-like animals with collars, deeply carved to form an openwork effect.

The Strickland Brooch, Anglo-Saxon, mid-9th century. Plain gold panels enrich a lively pattern of dog-like animals with collars, deeply carved to form an openwork effect.

Ben Nevis, Scotland...the highest mountain in the British Isles, located in Scotland, near Fort William...

Ben Nevis, Scotland...the highest mountain in the British Isles, located in Scotland, near Fort William...

Image taken from page 186 of 'The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain ... With seven maps and numerous illustrations' | by The British Library

Image taken from page 186 of 'The Ancient Volcanoes of Great Britain ... With seven maps and numerous illustrations' | by The British Library

The ancient British were not cut off from Europeans on an isolated island 8,000 years ago as previously thought, new research suggests.

The ancient British were not cut off from Europeans on an isolated island 8,000 years ago as previously thought, new research suggests.

9 facts about the Orionid meteors to get you ready for the main event | BreakingNews.ie

9 facts about the Orionid meteors to get you ready for the main event | BreakingNews.ie

In Great Britain from the 13th century, Midsummer was celebrated on Midsummer Eve (St. John's Eve, June 23) and St. Peter's Eve (June 28) with the lighting of bonfires, feasting and merrymaking. - Diana's last evening together with her father before they both go back to their futures

In Great Britain from the 13th century, Midsummer was celebrated on Midsummer Eve (St. John's Eve, June 23) and St. Peter's Eve (June 28) with the lighting of bonfires, feasting and merrymaking. - Diana's last evening together with her father before they both go back to their futures

Long overshadowed by its Great Britain neighbors (we're looking at you, England), Scotland is a secret no more. From ancient castles to extinct volcanoes and yes, whisky tours, here are our favorite sights—and experiences—in Scotland.

10 Amazing Things You Need to See in Scotland

Long overshadowed by its Great Britain neighbors (we're looking at you, England), Scotland is a secret no more. From ancient castles to extinct volcanoes and yes, whisky tours, here are our favorite sights—and experiences—in Scotland.

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