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(58) Twitter Music n Scotland

(58) Twitter Music n Scotland

Catherine known as the Countess of Strathearn when north of the border, the duchess often pays tribute to the people of Scotland by wearing a flash of tartan.

Catherine known as the Countess of Strathearn when north of the border, the duchess often pays tribute to the people of Scotland by wearing a flash of tartan.

Magnetic Ley Lines in America | google earth overlay for ley lines and energy lines

Magnetic Ley Lines in America | google earth overlay for ley lines and energy lines

Iona Abby...It was here, at Iona Abbey, that the magnificent Book of Kells, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful artifacts of the Middle Ages, was made. And it was here that the Vikings launched their first raid in 795.

Iona Abby...It was here, at Iona Abbey, that the magnificent Book of Kells, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful artifacts of the Middle Ages, was made. And it was here that the Vikings launched their first raid in 795.

Finding Fenn’s Treasure: An Interpretation of the Poem - Santa Fe - Live, Work, Play, Stay

Finding Fenn’s Treasure: An Interpretation of the Poem - Santa Fe - Live, Work, Play, Stay

Skyfall ~ James Bond (Daniel Craig)

Skyfall ~ James Bond (Daniel Craig)

Independence and the rise of the cultural salon « a Scottish renaissance

Independence and the rise of the cultural salon « a Scottish renaissance

This is collection of resources designed to assist those wishing to trace their Scottish Ancestry.     We are very lucky in Scotland to have a fairly good system of records for those wishing to trace their family histories. Compulsory registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages was introduced in 1855 and these records are accessible and held by the General Register Office for Scotland. The GRO(S) also hold parish registers before that (the earliest is Errol in Perthshire which goes back to…

This is collection of resources designed to assist those wishing to trace their Scottish Ancestry. We are very lucky in Scotland to have a fairly good system of records for those wishing to trace their family histories. Compulsory registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages was introduced in 1855 and these records are accessible and held by the General Register Office for Scotland. The GRO(S) also hold parish registers before that (the earliest is Errol in Perthshire which goes back to…

The Architecture of Violence | Grouse Beater

The Architecture of Violence

The Architecture of Violence | Grouse Beater

Indyref Countdown – 37 To Go | A Greater Stage

Indyref Countdown – 37 To Go | A Greater Stage

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