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Where is Scotland ?
Scotland Map - Located off the north-west coast of Europe, Scotland is a part of the Great Britain island. It is surrounded by water on all sides and the only land border it shares is with England. Edinburgh, its capital apart from being the center of Scotland's development is important financial center of Europe.
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Scotland is a country not many people have visited; however, the country has beautiful destinations and educational history that would make anyone traveling to the country amazed. Occupying the northern third island of Great Britain, the country is a part of the United Kingdom.
The Scotland Map by not only highlights Scotland's location but it also pinpoints some of Scotland's most iconic places to visit and also to learn from. The Scotland Map highlights beautifully the main areas of Scotland. One look at the map and one can easily see regions such as the Outer and Inner Hebrides, the Shetland islands, the Orkney Islands, the Scottish highlands, the Aberdeen and Grampian mountainous areas and the Southern uplands region of Scotland.

The map gives a basic layout of Scotland and all it has to offer to an individual seeking to identify the regions of Scotland both for travel and education. The map also shows some of Scotland's most popular towns beginning with Edinburgh, its capital; a town synonymous with variety due to its beautiful historic old-town feel on one side – which gives it its immortality, and its more modern, elegant new-town offering on the other – which makes it more exciting and overwhelming.

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Another town displayed is Glasgow, a city with impressive architectural designs characteristic of the Victorian age and style. The city is likewise known as a popular tourist destination due to its night life and love of art and culture.

The Scotland map highlights the rich diversity of Scotland's tourist destinations featuring key areas such as the Cairngorms, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National parks. The Scotland map also showcases the National Museum of Scotland and the tallest peaks of the Grampian mountains namely Ben Macdul and Ben Nevis. The Scotland map can act as a good guide for anyone seeking to understand and travel around Scotland.

Scotland as a country has long-standing intellectual, cultural and economic ties with Europe. The country receives thousands of students every year from Europe seeking to further their education. In addition to this, the country also does export large quantities of whiskey through the European Union. To further show their alliance and relationship with Europe, the Scottish government has an office in Brussels.

The map of Scotland, either way, does elaborate the inclusion of Scotland into Europe. The Scotland office in Brussels cements Scotland's economic and cultural ties with Europe by doing a couple of things. The office focuses the efforts of the Scottish government through programs that showcase Scotland's area of expertise and encourage sharing of the country's heritage and hospitable nature.

Last Updated : Jan 25, 2017

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Scotland flag features the cross of the Christian martyr St. Andrews, which is also known as the Saltire.
Facts about Scotland
Official Name Scotland
Lat Long55.9500° N, 3.1833° W
Area78,387 sq km (30,414 sq mi)
Population5,327,700 (2013 Est.)
Largest CityGlasgow
Official LanguagesEnglish, Scottish Gaelic, Scots
Major ReligionChristianity
National DaySt Andrew's Day - November 30
Form of GovernmentDevolved government within a constitutional monarchy
PresidentElizabeth II ( Monarch)
Prime MinisterTheresa May
CurrencyPound sterling
GDP$240.975 billion (Nominal; 2014 est.)
Calling Code44
Time ZoneGMT (UTC) Summer (DST) BST (UTC+1)

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