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  • 1. • The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh • Official languages are English , Recognised regional language Scottish Gaelic • The motto "In My Defens God Me Defend“ • The national flags of Scotland are: Saint Andrew's Cross, Lion Rampant Government head of state is the monarch of the United Kingdom
  • 2. Geographical position To the east of Scotland is the North Sea, which divides the country from Norway and the rest of Scandinavia. Across the North Sea to the south-east is Denmark and further south still is Germany. Separated by the North Channel, the island of Ireland lies 30 kilometres from the southwest tip of the Scottish mainland. North and west of Scotland’s mainland is the Atlantic Ocean.
  • 3. Aria The total land area of Scotland is 7,710,000 hectares Political division of Scotland 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Aberdeen City and Shire Argyll and the Isles Ayrshire and Arran Dumfries and Galloway Dundee and Angus Edinburgh and the Lothians The Kingdom of Fife Greater Glasgow and the Clyde Valley 9. The Highlands and Moray 10. Stirling and the Trossachs 11. Orkney and Shetland 12. Outer Hebrides 13. Perthshire 14. Scottish Borders
  • 4. The highest mountain is Ben Nevis (stands at 1,344 m. above sea level). The largest lake is Loch Lomond (56 km.) The longest rive is River Tay (193 km.) Scotland is one of the world’s wildernesses because hear you can find different animals. Scottish wildcat Scottish wildcat Red squirrel Pine marten Red deer
  • 5. Climate Climate of Scotland is temperate. January and February are generally the coldest months in Scotland (5° to 7 °C) July and August are normally the warmest months in Scotland, with temperatures of an average 19 °C.
  • 6. Population of Scotland Around 5.2 million Edinburgh - 486,120 Glasgow - 592,820 88.09% white Scottish Chinese Mixed Black
  • 7. Thank you for your attention!
  • 8. Resources: 1. 2. ‘’Britain’’ http://www.scotland.org