Scotland Road Wall Map Laminted With Postcode, Ferry Routes, Mileage, Motorways Detail Size: 91 x 114 cm
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The ever-enchanting Orkney Islands are scattered just off the north coast of Scotland. An archipelago made up of more than 70 islands, Orkney is punctuated by sandy white shores, traditional cottages, ancient stone structure and clear blue waters. This magical region is a hotbed of heritage, culture, wildlife and natural beauty waiting to be discovered. With a population of just over 22,400 people, it might surprise you to find out that the Orkney Islands are actually closer to the Arctic Circle than they are to London. Why not build a fun health and wellbeing activity around this resource? You could look at the different types of food produced in different areas of Scotland!
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Ayrshire & Arran: Situated on Scotland’s west coast, Ayrshire and Arran is a region characterised by its varied coastlines, picturesque islands and unspoilt beaches. Nature is just the beginning of Ayrshire and Arran’s charms; magnificent castles, historic buildings, cultural attractions and proximity to Glasgow all make this beguiling region worth exploring.
We created Maphill to make the web a more beautiful place. Without you having to pay for it. Maphill maps are and will always be available for free. Real Earth data Your learners could use this outline to build their understanding of historical events, using it to map out where events happened in Scottish history. Ths Scotland outline would be an asset to lessons on the Scottish wars of independence!
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Featured on this Scotland map are Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh, by zooming in you can find any other town you need to view. This map is available in a common image format. You can copy, print or embed the map very easily. Just like any other image. Different perspectives Discover the rich coastal landscapes and Highland scenery in Argyll & The Isles. This dynamic region on Scotland's west coast is home to charming seaside villages and towns, incredible seafood, world-renowned whisky distilleries and rugged landscapes. Explore the dramatic coastlines of Skye, hop on a ferry to the seaside town of Oban or enjoy the history and architecture of Helensburgh – the clear waters, empty beaches and rolling hills of Argyll & The Isles offer all the adventure you need.Scottish wildlife is abundant, from native species such as the elusive Scottish wildcat and capercaillie to beavers, which have been successfully reintroduced to Scotland at Knapdale Forest, Argyll. Other Scottish wildlife gems include red deer, pine marten, family- of birds of prey, and sea mammals, such as dolphins, porpoises and whales. You will be amazed, too, by the stunning sight of leaping salmon on Scotland’s many fish-rich rivers. Scotland is also a desirable haven for walkers of all aspirations, offering from the family-friendly river and lochside strolls to long-distance waymarked routes, such as the West Highland Way and the Southern Upland Way, as well as high-level mountain hikes for the more adventurous. Uncover some of Scotland's most precious gems in Dundee & Angus. The stunning region is home to pristine beaches, ancient forests, world class golf courses and miles of rugged hills. Guarding the banks of the River Tay is Dundee, the fourth largest city in Scotland and home to an array of unique heritage and urban charms. Further along the coast in Arbroath visitors can sample the famous Arbroath Smokies, or see Scotland's history come to life at Arbroath Abbey, where the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320.