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Scotland
   has the national flower   
The Thistle
Irn-Bru
   used the slogan   
"Made in Scotland from Girders"
Caffeinated soft drink in Scotland - has .002% ammonium ferric citrate listed in the ingredients
Loch Ness
   is in   
Scotland
Home of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster.
Scotland
   was known to the Romans as   
Caledonia
Forest Whitaker
   for his role in   
The Last King of Scotland (2006)
Kirkcudbright Bay
   is located in   
Scotland
Britain
St Andrews Bay
   is located in   
Scotland
Britain
Highland Games
   is held in   
Highlands, Scotland
Unique sporting events rooted in Scottish history from the Middle Ages
The Edinburgh Festival
   is held in   
Scotland
Extravaganza of performance entertainment; music, dance, drama and alternative
Loch Ness
   is situated in   
Scotland
Highlands. Home of "Nessie"
Scotland The Brave
   is the fight song of   
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
Balmoral Castle
   is/was found in   
Scotland
A royal residence.
Haggis
   comes from   
Scotland
Loch Lomond
   is in   
Scotland
Scotland
   has the National Tree   
Scots Pine
Scotland
   has the National Plant   
Thistle
Scotland
   has the National Plant   
Scottish Bluebell
Scotland
   has the National Plant   
Heather
Scotland
   lies to the north of   
England
The Last King of Scotland (2006)
   starred   
Forest Whitaker, James McAvoy and Kerry Washington
Director: Kevin Macdonald
Arthur Conan Doyle
   was born in   
Edinburgh, Scotland
1859-1930. Writer, created Sherlock Holmes, the world’s best-known detective
Aberdeen
   is situated in   
Scotland
Glasgow
   is situated in   
Scotland
Archdiocese
Saint Andrews and Edinburgh
   is situated in   
Scotland
Archdiocese
Edinburgh Bird of Prey Centre
   is found in   
Scotland
Edinburgh Aviaries & Bird Gardens
Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World
   is found in   
Scotland
Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect Parks
Edinburgh Butterfly World
   is found in   
Scotland
Edinburgh
MacDuff Marine Aquarium
   is found in   
Scotland
Macduff
St. Andrews Sea Life Aquarium,
   is found in   
Scotland
St Andrews, Aquaria
Glasgow Zoo Park
   is found in   
Scotland
Scotland
   has the patron saint   
Andrew
November 30
Scotland
   has this flag:   

Edinburgh Castle
   is/was found in   
Scotland
Still in use as a military garrison.
Escocia
   is translated as   
Scotland
Tony Blair
   was born in   
Edinburgh, Scotland
May 6, 1953
Esha Ness Lighthouse
   is located in   
Scotland
1929 - Shetland Islands
Muckle Flugga Lighthouse
   is located in   
Scotland
1857 - Shetland Islands
Idi Amin
   is in the movie   
The Last King of Scotland (2006)
Forest Whitaker
Scotland
   has the emblem   
Thistle
Clydesdale
   originated in   
Scotland
Kintyre
   is located in   
Scotland
Argyll and Bute
The Scotsman
   is published in   
Scotland
Edinburgh, Scotland. Scottish national daily newspaper
Forest Whitaker
   won the Golden Globe for   
The Last King of Scotland
Best Actor - Drama, 2006
Mary, Queen Of Scots
   was played by Katharine Hepburn in   
Mary Of Scotland (1936)
The Last King of Scotland (2006)
   is a film about   
Idi Amin
Portrayed by Forest Whitaker
Iona Abbey
   is located in   
Isle of Iona, Scotland
Burial place of many kings of Scotland, and Labour leader John Smith
Bruce
   originated in   
Scotland
Produced two Kings of Scotland: Robert I and David II.
Stuart
   originated in   
Scotland
Founded in 1371. Ended with Anne of Great Britain (last Queen of Scots), 1665-1714.
Scone
   was formerly the capital of   
Scotland
Moved to Edinburgh, 846 - 1452
Tartan Army
   are fans of   
Scotland Football Team






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