Amazing ScotlandBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/amazing-scotland
Every year on the 24th of June, in Scotland, widely celebrated national holiday — independence Day (Independence Day of Scotland). 24 Jun 1314 in 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. Old castles, ancient ruins, picturesque plains, pristine forests, crystal clear lakes reflect the splendor of this proud and full of contrasts country.
Melrose Abbey — one of the oldest monasteries in Scotland. A Cistercian monastery was in ruins in the 1500-ies.
Boats in the Harbor of the fishing village of East nuke of Fife area.
Skye is an island in the archipelago of the Inner Hebrides famous for its green hills and majestic mountains.
The ruins of St Andrew's Cathedral at dawn.
Mini highland cow walking on the reserve the Trossachs.
Dunnottar castle is a ruined medieval fortress located in the Scottish region of Aberdeenshire.
Royal mile — the most famous series of streets in Central Edinburgh.
A common phenomenon for the residents of Edinburgh musicians playing on the bagpipes.
In the upper part of the Castle rock Edinburgh castle is visible from Holyrood Park.
In the middle of the eighteenth century in Edinburgh was built a New town which solved the problem of overpopulation.
A small house at the foot of the hill in Lockerbie, in southern Scotland.
Kilchurn castle at Loch awe to the North of Glasgow is now a ruins of a fortress 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 lit bridge Clyde Arc Bridge in Glasgow.
One of the best Golf courses in the world, the Old Course in St. Andrews.
Magnificent Loch ness — refuge of the legendary "Loch ness monster".
On the banks of Loch ness the ruins of Urquhart castle.
The competition orchestras, pipers and drummers at the annual highland Games.
Some trees grow directly in the lake Loch Lomond, South-West Scotland.
During low tide you can see the rocky banks of the East nuke of Fife area.
Ben Nevis is the highest point of the British Isles.
Skara Bray is one of the best preserved Neolithic settlements in Europe.