• Exquisite Scotland
Every year on June 24 in Scotland is celebrated the national holiday - Independence Day (Independence Day of Scotland). June 24, 1314 at the Battle of Bannockburn Scottish King Robert the Bruce defeated the army of King Edward II, restoring the independence of their country.
We believe that Scotland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Castles, ancient ruins, picturesque plains, virgin forests, crystal clear lakes fully reflect the magnificence of this proud, country full of contrasts.
Melrose Abbey - one of the oldest monasteries in Scotland. Cistercian monastery was turned into ruins in the 1500s.
Boats in the harbor fishing village of Newquay East in Fife.
Sky - an island in the Inner Hebrides archipelago with its famous green hills and majestic mountains.
The ruins of the Cathedral of St. Andrew at dawn.
Mini Highland cows walking on the reserve Trossachs.
Dunnottar Castle - a ruined medieval fortress located in the Scottish region of Aberdeenshire.
Royal Mile - the most famous series of streets in the center of Edinburgh.
A common occurrence for the people of Edinburgh - musicians playing bagpipes.
Located at the top of the rock Castle Edinburgh Castle perfectly visible from Holyrood Park.
In the middle of the XVIII century in Edinburgh New Town, thanks to which the overcrowding problem was solved was built.
A small house at the foot of a hill in the town of Lockerbie in southern Scotland.
Castle Kilhurn at Loch Awe to the north of Glasgow is now a castle ruins of the 15th and 17th century.
Glamis Castle in Angus was the home of the Queen Mother Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon.
Shetland ponies in sweaters have become the hallmark of Scotland.
The brightly illuminated bridge Clyde Arc Bridge in Glasgow.
One of the best golf courses in the world, Old Course at St Andrews.
The magnificent Loch Ness - refuge of the legendary "Loch Ness Monster".
On the shores of Loch Ness are the ruins of Urquhart Castle Castle.
Competitions bands of pipers and drummers at the annual Games mountaineers.
Some trees grow directly in Loch Lomond, southwest Scotland.
At low tide you can see the rocky shore of East Newquay in Fife.
Ben Nevis is the highest point of the British Isles.
Skara Brae - one of the best preserved Neolithic era settlement in Europe.