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Perth (Scotland) (Wikitravel)
Perth (Scotland) Perth is a city in Perthshire, Scotland, which lies on the banks of River ... Contents [edit] Understand Perth used to be Scotland's capital from the 12th century on ... By Car Perth can be accessed from Edinburgh via the M90 from the south, Glasgow ... unique as it lists all 6 of Scotland's cities on its exit signs. [ ...
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Niddrie, Scotland
Niddrie, Scotland Niddrie is a suburb the city of Edinburgh, east of the city centre, between the ... a somewhat notorious reputation as one of Edinburgh's most deprived districts, but also the ... regarded as having a large percentage of Edinburgh's Ned population.
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Edinburgh Zoo
Edinburgh Zoo Adult and young Oriental Small-clawed Otters at feeding time. Edinburgh Zoo is situated in the Corstorphine area of Edinburgh, not far from Haymarket railway station and ... owned by The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland. It receives over 600,000 visitors a year which makes it Scotland's second most popular paid for ...
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Air Scotland
Air Scotland Air Scotland IATA1X ICAOGRE CallsignGreece Airways Founded 2002 Hubs ... Glasgow International Airport Focus cities / secondary hubs Edinburgh Airport Frequent flyer program Member lounge Alliance ... 8 Parent company Greece Airways Headquarters Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom Key people Website: http://www.air-scotland.com Air Scotland is a low- ...
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Prehistoric Scotland
Prehistoric Scotland Archaeology and geology continue to reveal the secrets of prehistoric Scotland, uncovering a complex and dramatic past before the Romans brought Scotland into the scope of recorded history. Obviously ... period there was no such thing as Scotland or a national identity. Successive human cultures ... understand the background to the history of Scotland. The extent of open countryside untouched ...
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Edinburgh Airport
Edinburgh Airport Edinburgh Airport IATA: EDI - ICAO: EGPH Summary Airport type public Operator BAA Serves Edinburgh Elevation AMSL 135 ft (41 m) Coordinates ... 12/30 6,000 1,828 Paved Edinburgh Airport (IATA: EDI, ICAO: EGPH), (previously also ... no longer in common use) located in Edinburgh, Scotland, is the sixth largest international ...
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Livingston, Scotland
Livingston, Scotland Livingston is a town in central Scotland. It is located approximately 10 miles west of Edinburgh and 30 miles east of Glasgow, and ... to the west. Livingston is served by Edinburgh Airport which is 11 miles/18km away ... the 13th largest town or city in Scotland according to the 2001 census with ...
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Talk:Edinburgh
Talk:Edinburgh Article Photo Just noticed the photo has ... I propose to delete one image on Edinburgh Castle for legal reasons - see Talk:Edinburgh Castle for discussion. I think also the ... UTC) Geography Removed from the subject page: Edinburgh's building layout is a little unusual ... city limits (at least to start with). Edinburgh, however, is much better described as ...
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Timeline of Edinburgh history
Timeline of Edinburgh history This article is intended to show a timeline of the history of Edinburgh, Scotland up to the present day. It shows ... become the bustling city and capital of Scotland that it is today. 1-999 Late ... is captured by Edwin of Northumbria 731: Edinburgh is possibly the town of Guidi ...
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History of Scotland
History of Scotland Stirling Castle has stood for centuries atop ... The fortification underwent numerous sieges. History of Scotland Chronological Eras Prehistoric Scotland Scotland in the Early Middle Ages Scotland in the High Middle Ages Wars ...
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