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Scenery of Scotland

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        StatementMacmillan
        PublishersMacmillan
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        LC Classifications1887
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 112 p. :
        Number of Pages77
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        ISBN 10nodata
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If you'd like more info, here are is allowed… with some common sense. Encircled by 7 hills, both the city's old and new towns are UNESCO World Heritage sites, with the famous Royal Mile framed by Edinburgh Castle and the splendid Holyrood Palace.

Make sure you venture to Soldiers Rock on the southern coast of Islay. The views will not disappoint! Aside from the delicious whisky, Islay boasts spectacular landscapes, wildlife, and coastal gems to explore.

The miles of rocky coastline are teeming with wildlife and whether you choose to hike, cycle or sail, you'll have the chance to spot puffin and seal colonies, giant Arctic seabirds and even dolphins.

Or taking a boat trip around the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, one of Scotland's most well-known and beautiful locations in the centre. Financially-protected trip Dating back to the late 1700's, The Winnock has offered lodging to weary travellers passing through Loch Lomond and the Trossachs areas, for centuries.