"Scotland" Blogs & Blog Posts

Spirit of OrkneySpirit of Orkney

The Orkney archipelago is made up of around 70 islands situated off the Nor...

 
Trabant 601Trabant 601

My thoughts on life, culture, books, art, music, plus my photography and a ...

 
MuzzerinoMuzzerino

Words of wisdom from an expat Scot in Aotearoa New Zealand

 
Tinned TomatoesTinned Tomatoes

Vegetarian food that will please everyone. Tasty pasta dishes, comfortin...

 
mooch photographymooch photography

Landscape photography of Oxfordshire and beyond.

 
Janey Godley’s BlogJaney Godley’s Blog

Award-winning Blog, since 2004, which provides an astoundingly honest, cand...

 


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A 2,000-year-old underground chamber has been uncovered during work to build a house on the Isle of Lewis, the largest island of the Western Isles or Outer Hebrides (an archipelago in Scotland) The Iron Age chamber is known as a souterrain [Credit:...

In the early years of a relationship, the flames of romantic passion burn hot. We can barely stand to spend a single second apart from our soul mate. As the years go by, though, we get comfortable, work gets in the way, and the flames die down to smo...

When the £5m Autosafe Skypark opened in Edinburgh, it was heralded as the UK's most technologically advanced car park, but in 2003, the owners went bankrupt and turned off the computers that controlled the lifts that raised and lowered cars into the...

Annie Millers has been a favorite watering hole for Rangers fans to watch the game and get together with other like-minded sports fans. Though the [...] The post Locals Shocked Pub Turned Into Gay Sauna Bar Pipeworks appeared first on Bathhouse Blog.

The face of one of the Seventeenth Century Scottish soldiers who was imprisoned and died in Durham following the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 has been revealed through a remarkable new digital reconstruction. The face of one of the Scottish soldiers who...

Geologists exploring volcanic rocks on Scotland's Isle of Skye found something out-of-this-world instead: ejecta from a previously unknown, 60 million-year-old meteorite impact. The discovery, the first meteorite impact described within the British P...

Archaeologists say they are finding increasing evidence that a site near Loch Ness was important for burials in the Bronze Age. The excavation of the second cist grave [Credit: AOC Archaeology]A second 4,000-year-old grave has been located in an are...