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Top 20 places for travel & vacation in Scotland.

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01-10 11-20
1.Edinburgh
Edinburgh - the capital of Scotland. The city is a popular tourist destination in Europe and the second largest city for the tourists in the UK, after London. The Old Town has preserved its medieval architecture and many buildings from the time of the Reformation. The longest Festival Edinburgh International Festival, which began in 1947 and its program includes theater and musical prestigious performances, hosting the world-famous composers, conductors and orchestras. In addition, there is the World Film Festival, the Jazz Festival and the Edinburgh International Book Festival. On the night of April 30 in Edinburgh, there is still the traditional Celtic celebration of bonfires. Edinburgh has lots of nightclubs and pubs.
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2.Glasgow
Glasgow - is the largest city in Scotland and third most populous in the United Kingdom. Architectural Glasgow called Chicago Europe. This is because the urban center of the city has wide avenues. It is worth visiting the main building of the University of Glasgow, City Hall, in front of the main square of the city, Macintosh building at Glasgow School of Art, the main cathedral and the new Science Museum. Most commercial shops are located on a pedestrian street in Buchanan and Sauchiehall Street.
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3.Loch Ness
Loch Ness - a freshwater lake in Scotland, stretches for 37 km to the southwest from Inverness. Loch Ness is the largest reservoir during the Great Glen geological fault. The lake is widely known in the world thanks to the legend of the Loch Ness Monster. There are numerous commercial routes along the lake for tourists wishing to enjoy the picturesque nature and, perhaps, see a mythical monster. On the shore of the lake there is a museum of the Loch Ness Monster.
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4.Crail
Crail - a small historic town in Fife in the east of Scotland. Its founding date is not known precisely, but it is where - that in the 16th - century. There is a traditional pottery workshop, called Crail Pottery, during the summer season, it is a tourist attraction. Crail has its own marina, which is widely used as a dock - station for fishermen and hunters crabs and other seafood. You can also watch the wild sea lions and large flocks of sea gulls. Worth a visit: Crail Tolbooth, the church of the 13th century, the military - air airfield. On the beach near the marina, there are petrified trees geological Carboniferous period.
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5.Inverness
Inverness is a city in the center of Scotland, the administrative center of the Highland area. Significant historical buildings: Old Gaelige Church, Dunbar Hospital, Inverness Castle, Old High Church, Town House, Tollbooth Spire, Library, Cathedral.
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6.Edinburgh castle
Edinburgh castle - ancient palace of the 9th century in the Scottish capital. The castle is now under the supervision of Historic Scotland and is the second largest tourist attraction in Scotland. The castle stands on a basalt - volcanic mountain of a dormant volcano, which emerged about 340 million years ago and a height of 120 m above sea level.
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7.Loch Shiel
Loch Shiel - a freshwater lake (Loch) in the north-west of Scotland, located 20 km west of Fort William. The lake is of glacial origin. The maximum length of about 28 km. The lake is such species of fish as pike, perch, trout, Atlantic salmon, eel, stickleback. He is currently a popular tourist attraction.
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8.Cairngorms National Park
Cairngorms National Park - national park in the north - east of Scotland. It is the largest national park in the British Isles. Cairngorms National Park covers an area of ​​4,528 km. Especially valuable are the numerous bird species that have their spawning grounds here. The most important species: partridge, plover, Śniegula, Golden Eagle, Drozd, rzepołuch, snowy owl, purple sandpiper, poświerka, capercaillie, black grouse, Scottish crossbill, red crossbill and tit crested and mammals: red deer, roe deer, hare, marten, red squirrel, wild cat and otter.
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9.Isle of Arran
Isle of Arran - an island located in the historic area in the Firth of Clyde in the west of Scotland. The largest town in the region - Brodick. The central part of the island is covered with mountains up to 874 meters above sea level. Main attractions: Brodick Castle, Catacol 12 apostles, Macrhie Moor standing stones.
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10.Glenfinnan Viaduct
Glenfinnan Viaduct - railway viaduct on the West Highland line in Glenfinnan, Lochaber, Highland, Scotland. The viaduct has twenty-one arches and is considered the largest without a reinforcement structure in the world. The length of the viaduct is 380 m. The arches have a step of 15 meters and a maximum height of 30 m.
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