Scotlands diverse culture

Stadtführung Edinburgh, GB

A tour through Scotland and its diverse culture.

Autor: Fjolla Dragusha

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Edinburgh, GB


Scottish castles represent the country's long and colourful history. no matter where you are, a castle is never far away.

In Scotland you can find 1500 castles. But it‘s thought that there have been about 3000 castles.
The castles were used as the homes of clan leaders but also to hold power and to protect the people against invaders. Thats why most castles were built in the areas that are most at risk from invasion. Like in Galloway, which represented the southern borders between England and Scotland.
Castle Sween is considered the oldest castle in Scotland that we can date with certainty. Because of the architectural details it looks like it was build in the 1100s and inhabited for about 500 years.
The most famous castle however, is in Edinburgh - the Edinburgh Castle. It is a monumental castle and one of Scotlands best tourist attractions. Edinburgh Castle is over 900 years old and was build during the Middle Ages, in 1103 AD.
There is also another well-known castle, the Doune Castle. What’s so special about this castle? It’s where the pilot episode of “Game of Thrones” was filmed and therefore the only filming location from the series in Scotland.

In my opinion, a visit to at least one of the castles is definitely a must when you’re in Scotland. You will see how beautiful castles can be, you can take a lot of nice pictures and you can learn about the interesting history of the castles in person.

All in all, you can say that the castles are definitely worth a visit and that you will make great memories there.

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Waterloo Place 2-4, EH1 3EG Edinburgh, GB

Scotland is very famous for its traditional music, which is still loved and listened to by people today.

The Scottish traditional music is called ”Folk music” or “Celtic music” and can be traced back thousands of years. It has traditionally included a number of unusual instruments, such as the famous bagpipes. Bagpipes are the national instrument of Scotland that are often seen and heard as a symbol of the Scottish people throughout the world. The earliest recorded mention of bagpipes in Scottish history is from the 15th century. This traditional music is performed in three languages: English, Gaelic and Scots.
Scotland is home to numerous festivals which take place every year. There are many great options for both traditional and modern music.
Todays Scottish bands use many of the same techniques as their ancestors. Sometimes these artists even combine traditional methods with the latest technology to create truly remarkable sounds.

In my opinion, a visit to a music festival in Scotland clearly belongs on your list. Doesn’t matter wether it’s a traditional or a modern festival, an experience like this is unforgettable.

All in all, you can say that because of the various music and its history, that the festivals are definitely worth a visit.

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Chalmers Court 10, PA32 8UB Inveraray, GB

Scotland is a very popular spot for films, because of the beautiful mountains, forests and beaches. The history of films that were made in Scotland ist amazing and very interesting.
In 1963 they made one of the popular films ever in scotland. “The three lives of thomasina" is the name of the film. It plays in the year 1912 and was filmed in inveraray in argyll. This film was from Disney and a great success for Scotland. In 1980 ,,Gregorys Girl" came out in the movies. The film plays in a very beautiful landscape of Scotland, Cumbernauld, but the landscape of the city is not that beautiful as the landscape of the local film.
Local film was filmed in 1983 and is worth seeing the most. It has an amazing and beautiful beach that you can not imagine. The film plays in lochaber and fort William. The name of the beach is camusdarach beach and one of the best and beautiful beaches of Scotland. But the most famous film that was filmed in Scotland is “Harry Potter”. The capital city Edinburgh was in the first movie in “Harry Potter”. The very famous train in Harry Potter was filmed in steall falls, glen nevis. The train was in the many parts in the movies. Glen coe, highland a beautiful forest where Harry Potter meets the prisoner of azkaban.
In my opinion Scotland is one of the important filmspots in the world. It has many beautiful landscapes and an interesting history. You can go swimming in that beautful beaches and make great photos. Scotland has everything you want.
All in all is Scotland a homespun for movies and it is worth to visit these moviespots


Chambers Street, EH1 1JF Edinburgh, GB

Scotland has three official languages. Scots, gaelic and english are the official languages.
Scots or lowland scots is a westgermanic language. In the 1700's was officially become an official language. The scotish english is distinguishes to uk english. You can hear differences of the pronunciations for example of long or short vocals. 700 years after jesus is England under attack. North katmandu reached today Scottish lowlands. In the year 1200 many english speaking settlers the north went to scottland. From this developed a variety of English with Celtic and old Norse influences the scotts. Uk english is also a official language since then. Gaelic exists since many hundreds of ears and is the founding language. Of scotland.
In the 500's in the regions in northeast, now irland was made the language. Gaelic has many dialects for example scotish Gaelic, Irish Gaelic, walish and bretonic.
In my opinion Scotland has enough official languages and one of the important languages too
The languages have very interesting storys. So if you like history i would commend you to read a book or a story about the languages.
All in all has Scotland nice languages and important languages too. It has many historv's about it and it is very interesting.
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Loch Ness

IV2 6TY Inverness, GB

The Loch Ness Monster is a creature that is said to inhabit the depths of Loch Ness in Scotland. It is often described as a huge, long-necked beast that has captured the imagination of people for centuries.
The legend of the Loch Ness Monster dates back a long time and has produced numerous eyewitness accounts. People claim to have seen it - a massive body, a long neck, and a mysterious presence. However, despite many efforts and investigations, there is still no scientific evidence for the existence of this fascinating creature.
Nevertheless, the Loch Ness Monster also named Nessi has had a strong impact on popular culture and people's imagination. It has become a svmbol of the unexplained and the mysterious.
In my opinion:The Loch Ness Monster will continue to be a symbol of the mysterious and the unknown, reminding us to never stop wondering and questioning."
Despite the lack of evidence and the skepticism of some, the Loch Ness Monster remains a captivating mystery that reminds us of how much we still don't know about our world. It encourages us to stay curious and to continue exploring the secrets of nature.

The Kilt

IV51 9JE Portree, GB

The kilt, or Schottenrock, is a traditional Scottish garment mainly worn by men. Women wear ankle-length tartan skirts.
The kilt consists of a knee-length skirt made of tartan fabric. Tartan is a pattern of checked stripes in different colors, associated with each Scottish clan or family. Each clan has its own unique tartan pattern, which is displayed on the kilt. The kilt is fastened with belt buckles and a sporran, a type of pouch.
Traditionally, the kilt is worn at festive occasions such as weddings, parades, or Scottish festivals. It is a symbol of Scottish culture and pride in one's heritage since the year 1725.
In my opinion: Kilts are very fascinating. The fact that man are wearing skirts it's just very modern don't you also think that? I really love it!!
All in all, you can say that Scottish people wear what they want and don't give their clothes certain gender roles .Since centuries.