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Hazy Day at The National William Wallace Monument, Stirling, Scotland

The National William Wallace Monument, Stirling, Scotland, United Kingdom Source: the-elysian-dream

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Last rising of the Highlands in support of the Stewarts attempt to reclaim the throne of Great Britain. lead to the extinction of the Clan culture.

Stirling Bridge in Stirling, Scotland. From Stirling Castle you can see across the huge valley and see the Wallace Monument, fantastic.................

New place to study in Summer Stirling Bridge in Stirling, Scotland. From Stirling Castle you can see across the huge valley and see the Wallace Monument, fantastic.

Glenfinnan Monument, Lochaber, Scotland (1815) designed by architect James Gillespie Graham, built by Alexander Macdonald of Glenaladale to commemorate the 1745 Jacobite Rising begun on the shores of Loch Shiel by Prince Charles Edward Stuart "Bonnie Prince Charlie,” the Young Pretender. The statue of an anonymous highlander, referred to at the point of commission as Charles Edward Stewart, by John Greenshields, was added in 1835.

Glenfinnan Monument ~ situated at the head of Loch Shiel was erected in 1815 to mark the place where Prince Charles Edward Stuart raised his standard, at the beginning of the 1745 Jacobite Rising, Scotland

Whaligoe steps, Caithness, Scotland

dare yah I have.and omg u need a cuppa after .steepest and longest steps in scotland

Ecosse, Scotland, Inverness 37 Ness Walk from the Castle by paspog on Flickr                                                                                                                                                     More

Inverness, Scotland This is where I stayed when I visited Scotland There was a Harley Davidson motor rally in the town the day we arrived.

Loch Ness, Scotland

Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands One of the stragest places on earth, equally for both its mythical monster, Nessie, and for the eerie lake hidden away in the Scottish Highlands.

The Balmoral, Edinburgh, Scotland

J K Rowling wrote here The Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Originally known as the North British Railway Hotel.

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4,263 Likes, 35 Comments - This is Scotland (@this_is_scotland) on Instagram: “#scotland is amazing! Tag #thisisscotland to get featured © @nichbrand Need travel gear? see link…”

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