He who has not seen Scotlanddoes not really know Great Britain
Most of the industry is concentrated inLowlands, in the Clyde Valley. Glasgow is its largestand busiest town. Glasgow is the heart of industry. It is a centre of business and trade.
The Highlands of Scotland are among theoldest mountains in the world. Ben Nevis isthe highest mountain in the Grampians. Its height is 4,406 feet (1,343m)
Scotland is a land of famous lakes. They are called «Lochs» there.One of the most favourite lakes is Loch Ness. It attracts millions of tourist by its legendary monster.
Edinburgh castle Holyrood House, a big royal palace which is the residence of the Queen when she is in Edinburgh. Greyfriars Bobby, a symbol of devotion to a man University of St. Andrews is the oldest and best university in Scotland. It is situated in the town of St Andrews.
Scotland is a birthplace of some famous people.Among them are George Gordon Byron, WalterScott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns andArthur Conan Doyle.
Scottish men wear a national dress, the kilt. It is made of wool and looks like a pleated skirt. To make a kilt takes 8 meters of tartan cloth. The kilt is worn with a tweed jacket, long socks, a beret and a leather sporran. Scotland also has its own typical musical instrument, the bagpipes. It consists of wooden pipes and a leather bag covered in tartan.
In summer Scottish people traditionally meet togetherfor competitions called Highland Games. Thousandsof visitors come to see sports like tossing the caber(when a tall pole is thrown into the air as a test ofstrength) or throwing the hammer. The games alwaysinclude Scottish dancing and bagpipe music.
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