Scotland, A Brief Portrait Of Scotland
from continental Europe by the North Sea, Scotland occupies the
northern third of the Island of Great Britain. Its nearest neighbors
are Ireland to the west, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark and
Norway to the east. and England on its southern border. Scotland
is a fairly isolated land made up of rugged terrain, deep coastal
inlets, and many islands. The highest peak is Ben Nevis at 4,406
feet. The isolation and ruggedness have combined to keep Scotland's
population small and its land empty, but they have also helped
to make my fellow Scots an independent, proud, friendly, and determinedly
The People Of Scotland.
The Language Of Scotland.
Religion and Education.
The Scottish Economy.
Scottish Sports, Culture And
Scotland's contribution to mankind.
Great American Scots.
Scottish Paintings and Painters.
Scottish Discoveries and