Scotland. Edinburgh. Glasgow. Scottish administrative division. Geography. The main rivers. Clyde River. Tweed River. Tay River. The most important lakes. Loch Lomond. Loch Ness. Scottish economy. Scotland's demography. Language. Culture. Scotland's most beautiful images.
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. Scotland occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain and the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetland Islands. It is bounded by England. East Scottish border the North Sea, in the north and west by the Atlantic Ocean, south-west - the Irish Sea.
The Scottish flag - rectangular white cross on a blue background (also called St. Andrew's Cross).
Scottish coat of arms - a golden panel with two thin red curbs, trimmed 8 heraldinėmis red lilies - red heraldic lion with chipped tail, armed with blue claws and tongue.
The Scottish economy is strongly linked to trade, investment Rys, with other western European economies. Scotland's GDP per capita is the third largest in Britain (after the London and South East England).
Scotland, inhabited by the Scots. The Scots are ethnically originate from the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic and Norse. Residents in Scotland distributed very unevenly - in the central zone (industrial Glasgow-Edinburgh area) population density reaches 700 gyv.