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If you've been keeping up with Outlander, you'll be familiar with Scotland's famous standing stone circles. These mysterious formations hold as many secrets, as they do clues, on how they came to be. Today we look at what the standing stones really are and why they were put there.
Here at Scotweb, we're looking at Scottish myths, legends and folk tales. For this week's Folklore Friday, we look at Culzean Castle and the Ghostly Piper!
Forget Throwback Thursdays, here at Scotweb, we're doing Tartan Tuesdays! This week we look at the Forrester tartan and learn about the history of the clan.
This week we look at the Kirking of the Tartan Ceremony and where it came from. Read on to find out all about this unique ceremony and what it means to those with Scottish heritage throughout the World.
Today we're excited to bring you the first article, in our series, of featured Scottish Weddings. The best part is we're looking at you guys, our fabulous customers, and featuring your special days. We love to see how we've helped to shape your Scottish Weddings. From work friends to husband and wife, we take a look at Jenn and Tim's story...
This week we look at Robert the Bruce, who was born on the 11 July 1274. King of Scots, Bruce had a massive impact on the campaign for independence for Scotland. In this article we look at why...
This week, we're looking at the Stone of Scone. A symbol of the Scottish nation, the Stone was taken by Edward I of England in 1296. On the 3rd July 1996, the Stone was finally returned to Scotland. It has been used in the coronation of 30 British monarchs in its lifetime.