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This monument marks the spot where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard in 1745 known as the Jacobite Rising. Set amidst superb Highland scenery at the head of Loch Shiel, Near Fort William. The Glenfinnan Monument is a tribute to the clansmen who fought and died for the cause of Prince Charles Edward Stuart.

This monument marks the spot where Bonnie Prince Charlie raised his standard in 1745 known as the Jacobite Rising. Set amidst superb Highland scenery at the head of Loch Shiel, Near Fort William. The Glenfinnan Monument is a tribute to the clansmen who fought and died for the cause of Prince Charles Edward Stuart.

Castle Leod | the Seat of Clan Mackenzie Where we watched the Highland Games and met Diana Gabaldon, author of the Outlander series.

Castle Leod | the Seat of Clan Mackenzie Where we watched the Highland Games and met Diana Gabaldon, author of the Outlander series.

The Inscription - The Battle of Culloden I don't like war, but this relates to my Scottish Ancestry

Physical Features of Scotland

Achmelvich Beach, Highlands: Leave your passport at home. This might look like a Mediterranean sun-trap, but it’s actually Achmelvich Beach in the Highlands of Scotland.

Achmelvich Beach, Highlands: Leave your passport at home. This might look like a Mediterranean sun-trap, but it’s actually Achmelvich Beach in the Highlands of Scotland.

Scottish tipple for the boys Photography by Katy Melling Photography

a fresh spring wedding in Northumberland {plus a groom in a kilt}

How to make Scotch Broth like a Scot! A thick and warming soup made with vegetables, grains and pulses #vegetarian

How to make Scotch Broth like a Scot! A thick and warming soup made with vegetables, grains and pulses #vegetarian

The Gates of Negapatam, India - a folly built to resemble the gates of this Indian city, by Hector Munro to commemorate his capture of the city from the Dutch on November 12th, 1781.

The Gates of Negapatam, India - a folly built to resemble the gates of this Indian city, by Hector Munro to commemorate his capture of the city from the Dutch on November 12th, 1781.

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