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Scotland Office
Scotland Office Politics - Politics portal Scotland This article is part of the series ... Advocate Solicitor General Local government Subdivisions of Scotland ElectionsPolitical parties UK Parliament: Scotland Office Secretary of State for Scotland Advocate General edit The Scotland Office ( ...
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Education in Scotland
Education in Scotland Education in Scotland has a long history of universal provision ... aspect is that the ancient universities of Scotland issue a Master of Arts as the ... risen. History Origins During the medieval period Scotland followed the typical pattern of European education ... the reshaping of the national Church of Scotland and in January 1561 John Knox ...
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Talk:Kingdom of Scotland
Talk:Kingdom of Scotland Why? What purpose does this serve as ... simply duplicate tracts of the History of Scotland. Unless anyone has any material objections, I ... my intent to duplicate the History of Scotland material, which is a historical narrative. This article will be a description of Scotland, as it existed as an independent state ... etc. Also, there is some information at Scotland that I think would more logically ...
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The Central Belt is in Scotland, one of the four countries that make ... stretches from Glasgow in the west to Edinburgh in the east, and contains the majority ... (Wikitravel)
The Central Belt is in Scotland, one of the four countries that make ... stretches from Glasgow in the west to Edinburgh in the east, and contains the majority of the population. Cities Cities Edinburgh Glasgow Stirling Towns Cumbernauld Dollar Dunfermline East ... three major airports in this area of Scotland. One serving the capital, Edinburgh, and two serving Glasgow. Trains from ...
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New Town, Edinburgh
New Town, Edinburgh The New Town is a central area of Edinburgh, Scotland, often considered to be a masterpiece of ... most famous street is Princes Street, facing Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town across the ... The Age of Enlightenment had arrived in Edinburgh, and the outdated city fabric did ...
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University of Edinburgh
University of Edinburgh University of Edinburgh Latin name Universitas Academica Edinburgensis Motto (none) Established 1583 Chancellor The Duke of Edinburgh Principal Prof Timothy O'Shea Lord Rector Mark Ballard MSP Location Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom Students c. 24,000 ...
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Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton
Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton Prior to the Treaty of Edinbugh ... privateers to attack Flemish vessels trading with Scotland. For example, privateers seized the Flemish vessel ... Robert I renewed the Auld Alliance between Scotland and France which was concluded 26 April ... October, Isabella and Mortimer sent envoys to Scotland to sue for peace. On 1 March ... Northampton on 3 May (Magnus Magnusson's Scotland: The Story of a Nation, Book ...
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Midlothian, Scotland (Uncyclopedia.org wiki)
Midlothian, Scotland [edit] General Information Midlothian or "That bit ... midlothian declared independence from the rest of Edinburgh after the Congestion Charging discussion of 2004 ...
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Scotland in the High Middle Ages
Scotland in the High Middle Ages Dunnotar Castle ... dates to the thirteenth century. History of Scotland Chronological Eras Prehistoric Scotland Scotland in the Early Middle Ages Scotland in the High Middle Ages Wars ...
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Edinburgh Castle   (translated from German)
Edinburgh Castle Parts of the lock Edinburgh Castle That Lock Edinburgh Castle is considered as one of the most important objects of interest of Scotland. The first castle here came of that ... followed in 15. , 16. and 19. Century . Edinburgh Military Tattoo To Edinburgh the Castle ...
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