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Library at Dunrobin Castle in Scotland (View of --- Inspiration for Memphis' office in 'Where All The Dead Lie' (Taylor Jackson Book Series by JT Ellison aka @thrillerchick

Harry Potter Print - A4 - Book Quote - Library - Chamber of Secrets - Hermione - Illustration - Children - Poster

Harry Potter Print - A4 - Book Quote - Library - Chamber of Secrets - Hermione…

A wonderful collection of stories and tales about some of Scotland’s most wild and evocative places; dark Loch Ness, the lifeboats that protect vessels in the turbulent waters of the Pentland Firth, crofts and castles; and many, many more, all written by a man who is clearly in love with his native land, its people, culture and history. http://www.blackandwhitepublishing.com/books/book.php?isbn=1845023692

Mysterious paper sculptures have been poppingup around Edinburgh. Central Stn user chrisdonia has documented for all to see. ANobody seems to know the identity of the artist who is gifting these works to libraries, theaters, and literary spaces across the city, but I can't imagine a more charming and marvelous thing to come across during a routine wander through the stacks!

“You can tell a lot about people from their tongues," says Dr Vinod Kumar, an Edinburgh-based ayurvedic doctor...

Battle that changed Scotland: Historian Trevor Royle releases new Culloden book

If you are interested in Culloden then read this new book by Trevor Royle. Contrary to popular belief, not all of the 9000 soldiers in Cumberland's army were English and not all of the 5000 in the Jacobite army were Scots or even Highlanders, but that did not stop the myth-making. Culloden was not about romantic kilted Highlanders on one side and dastardly red-coated English soldiers on the other. Want to know the truth about Drumossie Moor and the Battle of Culloden then this is your…

Well if you actually think about it Merida & Hiccup would be able to see Jack but Rapunzel wouldn't because the actual legend of Jack Frost came from Norse mythology & Hiccup is the Norse one Merida lived in Scotland where it snows a lot & her mother is always telling her these stories so we can bet that she told her about Jack but then we get Rapunzel who has been stuck in her tower all her life with three books & Gothel won't have told her about Jack as she wanted to keep Punzie in her…