- Situation of Scotland-Information of Scotland-Places of interest-The Highlands and the Lowlands-Information of the Loch Ness-The monster of the Loch Ness
I chosen Scotland because I think it’s a beautiful country and has a lotof ancient traditions and stories like the monster of the Loch Ness.Also the scottish landscapes are one of the most beautiful landscapesof the world in my opinion, the lochs and the castles are part of theculture and make this country unique.
Situation of ScotlandScotland is a country that is part of theUnited Kingdom. It’s located to the northof England and has a population ofaround 6 million people.Even the largest city is Glasgow thecapital is Edinburgh. It has more than 790islands. The money used is the poundsterling.
Information of ScotlandThe Kingdom of Scotland was an independent stateuntil 1707 when it signed the Act of Union withEngland to create the Kingdom of Great Britain.Scotland is famous for the clans, the medievalcastles,the Haggis, a food made from the organs ofsheep and oatmeal, the kilts the traditional scottishwoolen cloth and the Bagpipers, the people who playthe bagpipes, a traditional instrument. The officiallenguages are the english the scotish and the welsh andtourism is very important to the economy of Scotland.
Places to visitEilean Donan CastleEdinburgh castle, EdinburghGeorge Square, GlasgowDrum castle, AberdeenshireBen Nevis MountainRiver Tay
The Highlands and the LowlandsScotland is divided in two parts, theHighlands and the Lowlands. TheHighlands are an historic andmountainous region of Scotland, thereare situated in the north part of Scotland.It is an area with low population densityand a very varied relief, it has a lot oflochs like the Loch Ness.In the south part there are the Lowlandsthat is a division of the Scottish territoryunofficial but deeply rooted, used andpopular.
Information about the Loch NessIs a large and deep freshwater lakelocated in the Highlands fromScotland in the UK. Extening forapproximately 37 km southwest ofInverness. Is best known for allegedsightings of the cryptozoologicalLoch Ness Monster. Loch is theScottish word for lake, is the secondlargest Scottish loch by surface areaafter Loch Lomond but due itsgreat depth is it the largest byvolume. Its deepest point is 230 m
Facts about the Loch Ness- There is more water in Loch Ness than all the other lakes inEngland, Scotland and Wales put together.- It is said that the loch never freezes and this is true.-The surface area of the Loch Ness lake could hold thepopulation of the world 10 times over.-The only island in the loch is the Cherry island, its only 140meters
The Loch Ness monster, also known as Nessie, is anapparent prehistoric dinosaur that lives in Loch Ness,next to the city of InvernessThe monster has become a national celebrity over timefor tourists coming to Scotland in search for the famouscreature. Most scientists say the evidence supporting theexistence os Nessie is not convicing. The firt sigh wason the year 565 by San Columba but the monsterbecame famous after the April 1933 sighting.The Loch Ness monsterThe famous photofrom 1934 made byR.K WilsonStatue of Nessie froma loch in Sctotland
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