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SCOTLAND

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A PPT made by Elena Obrstar.
Pupils had to find out interesting facts about Scotland on their own.

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SCOTLAND

  1. 1. Scotland
  2. 2. Scotland • Scotland is located in Europe, at the northern end of Great Britain. It is a part on the United Kingdom, along with England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
  3. 3. Flag • Every country has a flag; but Scotland has two. The Lion Rampant The Saltire( the St Andrew’s Cross)
  4. 4. Symbols • The thistle is a national symbol of Scotland.
  5. 5. • Scotland’s official animal is the unicorn. It’s not so surprising considering the love Scotland has for legend. Unicorns were revered by the Celts, the symbolism being much the same as it is today: grace, purity, healing, and happiness. The creature was printed on gold coins when King James III was in power. The Scottish Royal Arms had two unicorns on it, and a unicorn is still a part of the United Kingdom’s Royal Coat of Arms alongside the lion.
  6. 6. •Loch Ness is a lake in a Scottish Highlands. It's surface is 52 ft (16 m) above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for alleged sightings of Loch Ness Monster also known as "Nessie".
  7. 7. Cities • The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh while the largest city is Glasgow. Other major cities include Aberdeen and Dundee
  8. 8. Landscapes • Scotland includes over 700 islands. These include groups called Orkney, Shetland and the Hebrides. • The highest mountain in Scotland is Ben Nevis which stands at a height of 1344 metres (4409 feet).
  9. 9. The Fortingall Yew • In the heart of Scotland stands one of Europe’s oldest trees, the Fortingall Yew. Experts speculate that the tree may be 5,000 years old. It is named for the small village in which it is found—Fortingall, in Perthshire. Legend says that Pontius Pilate was born by the tree and played in the shade of the Yew during his childhood.
  10. 10. Tradition • Scotland has a unique culture with traditions such as bagpipes, kilts and highland dancing
  11. 11. Population • The population of Scotland in 2011 was around 5.3 million. • Scottish drivers use the left-hand side of the road.
  12. 12. Redheads • If the redhead gene lives on anywhere, it’s southeast Scotland, where 40 percent of the population are carriers. All told, the British Isles are home to some 20.4 million people who carry the redhead gene.
  13. 13. Thanks for watching:) Made by: Elena Obrstar

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