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The Scottish thistle is beautiful, fierce and robust - the perfect emblem for a country of stunning landscapes, turbulent history and resilient people.
Scottish Fold Cats are lovable, friendly and downright adorable to look at. Learn all about the looks, personality and care of this unique Scottish breed right here.
The Unicorn of Scotland is the perfect 'National Animal' for a fascinating country, rich in history and steeped in myths, legends and magic.
Famous Scottish people. They're inventors, actors, musicians, poets, politicians..... so many famous Scots to choose from. Meet some of them here.
Scottish heather gifts and goodies bring a little taste of Scotland into your life. Heathergem jewelry, yummy treats, delicious scents and more.
There is no official Scottish national bird, but the iconic Golden Eagle is the people's choice. Learn more about this stunning Scottish symbol here.
The history and origins of Scottish surnames, and naming practices, are fascinating and complex. Everything you want to know, all in one place.
All about Scottish Food. Diverse, tasty & satisfying Scotland's fare is also surprising. History, favorites & more.
Scottish names are as diverse and colorful as the country they represent. History & origin first and last names plus links to popular baby names.
As a Scot and a dog lover, I loved seeing the Scottish breeds take part in the April 2015 NYC Tartan Day Parade.
Barbour (an international clothing designer who has headquarters in Scotland) sponsored the canine participants and many of them wore Barbours' trademark tartan dog jackets. They looked so adorable <3
I thought you might enjoy the youtube video published by www.urbananimalsonline.com.... bagpipes, kilts, scottish dogs in tartan coats.... what could be better? Enjoy!