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Press “Play” to start!. DIGITAL GLOBE TROTTER PROJECT SCOTLAND. “ Nemo Me Impune Lacessit ” “No one provokes me with impunity”. Scotland. Tyler. Scotland 57.0000° N, 5.0000° W. Edinburgh City. Edinburgh City (Capital of Scotland) 56.1172° N, 3.9397° W.

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DIGITAL GLOBE TROTTER PROJECT

SCOTLAND

nemo me impune lacessit no one provokes me with impunity
“Nemo Me Impune Lacessit”

“No one provokes me with impunity”

Scotland

Tyler

edinburgh city capital of scotland 56 1172 n 3 9397 w
Edinburgh City (Capital of Scotland) 56.1172° N, 3.9397° W

-Edinburgh Castle, One of the most important castles in Scotland because of such high importance it played in wars and sentimental value. Today the buildings date from the 12th to 18th century.

-The city of Edinburgh was the first city in the world with its own fire brigade, in 1824

-St Giles’ Cathedral was built in 1883 and was designed by an architect named William Hay

-St Giles’ was founded in the 1120s when the Scottish royal family Margaret and King Malcolm Canmore made strenuous efforts to spread Catholic Christian worship throughout the Scottish lowlands

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St George’s Tron

Glasgow 56.1172° N, 3.9397° W

-St George’s Tron has been sitting in the heart of Glasgow for over 200 years

-The capital of Scotland, Edinburgh, is only its second largest city, after Glasgow.

stirling 56 1172 n 3 9397 w
Stirling 56.1172° N, 3.9397° W

The Castle was designed by James Hamilton of Finnart, John Slezer, and Robert William Billings. Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles both historically and architecturally.

The Wallace Monument opened in 1869 and is 67 meters in height. The tower stands on the summit of Abbey Craig a hilltop near Stirling.

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