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Teema: Šotimaa Autor: Ene Juhkam. SLAIDIPROGRAMM Abimaterjal õpikule “I Love English 5”. TOWNS and COUNTRYSIDE. SCOTLAND . Scotland is a part of the UK. Scotland in facts. 5,000,000. Population. Capital city. Edinburgh. National flower. thistle. Flag. white cross

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Teema: Šotimaa

Autor: Ene Juhkam

SLAIDIPROGRAMMAbimaterjal õpikule “I Love English 5”



Scotlandis a part of the UK.

Scotland in facts

  • 5,000,000

  • Population

  • Capital city

  • Edinburgh

  • Nationalflower

  • thistle

  • Flag

  • white cross

    on the blue background


  • It is the capital of Scotland.

  • The population is 1,400,000.

  • It is the most beautiful city in the UK.

Edinburgh castle

  • Edinburgh Castle has fascinating history spanning 3000 years and was the residence of

    many Scottish Kings and Queens.

  • The ancient Honours of Scotland - the Crown,

    the Sceptre and the Sword of State –

    are on view in the Crown Room in Edinburgh Castle.

  • Edinburgh Castle is also the home of

    the One O'Clock Gun.


  • Thorny floweris a national emblem.

National flag



  • Glencoe is one of Scotland's most historic and scenic glens.

  • The ruggedness of the mountains, with spectacular spires, cliffs and gullies is inspiring.

Loch Ness Lake

Loch Ness Monster

  • Loch Ness is located in the North of Scotland.

  • The lake is over 750 feetdeep and 23 miles long.

  • Many years it has been supposed that there is a large dinosaur-like "monster" resident inLoch Ness.


Heather Moor

Stirling Castle

  • Stirling is one of Scotland's oldest towns.

  • The town was granted a Royal Charter in the 12th century and became one of the most important towns of medieval Scotland.

Culzean Castle

and Country Park

  • Culzean is a romantic 18th century castle and one of the most impressive stately homes in Scotland.

  • One bedroom is said to be haunted by a lady in green.

  • There is a country park of over 500 acres with wooded walks, walled gardens and a swan pond.

Kilts are Scottish national clothes

Bagpipes are Scottish national instruments

Sword Dance is a Scottish national dance

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