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Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

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The mountains of Glen Coe on a Summers day, Highland Featured Highlands Print

The mountains of Glen Coe on a Summers day, Highland

Looking down the A82 road as it passes through in Glen Coe, with the Three Sisters visible, Highlands of Scotland

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Washington DC City Map Featured Highlands Print

Washington DC City Map

A street level map of central Washington D.C. based on USGS topo map data. Covers from Manor Park in the north to Washington Highlands in the south and from Dupont Park in the east to Fort Myer in the west

© Map Marketing Ltd, Map Data courtesy of USGS

Street Map, Usgs Topographical, Washington Dc

Map of the Clans and Tartans of Scotland Featured Highlands Print

Map of the Clans and Tartans of Scotland

This map of Scotland indicates the general sphere of influence held by the clans and considerable families at the beginning of the 17th century. Some clans and families held small areas of land, and if their names are not on this map, they were not necessarily landless. The areas representing the ancient Principalities of Scotland are indicated on the map. Scotland has a rich and enduring culture steeped in history. One of the most distinctive features, of which are probably that of clanship and the predominantly Highland clans. Highland dress and the tartan is a powerful symbol of the wearerAEs pride in a Scottish ancestry and in Scotland itself. There are few, if any, other forms of national dress which can claim to make such a clear and unequivocal statement, and to be so instantly and widely recognisable