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Friday, May 15, 2020 | History

7 edition of Hidden Scotland found in the catalog.

Hidden Scotland

by Ann Lindsay

  • 189 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Birlinn Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Local history,
  • Places & peoples: general interest,
  • History,
  • Travel - General,
  • History: World,
  • Scotland,
  • General,
  • Europe - Great Britain - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8920687M
    ISBN 101841583480
    ISBN 109781841583488
    OCLC/WorldCa70765582

    This new addition to Luster's successful, practical and attractive Hidden series, covering countries and regions, is the perfect book for those who wish to discover the most beautiful sides of Scotland. From jaw-dropping landscapes to interesting cities, Hidden Scotland will turn your trip into a memorable and unique experience. Hidden Scotland, Paperback by Maccallum, Lauren, ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping in the US.

      Today ‘The Hidden Ways: Scotland’s forgotten Drove Roads’ – a new book by Scottish historian Alistair Moffat – is published by Canongate Press, and we have an exclusive extract below. The Hidden Ways wanders Scotland’s forgotten paths to tell an alternative history of Scotland and our place within its landscape. We’re delighted to have teamed up with The Royal Yacht Britannia to offer one of our readers (and a friend) the chance to visit one of Scotland’s best attractions and then enjoy a delicious Afternoon Tea aboard Fingal, Scotland’s first luxury floating hotel.

    Hidden Scotland. [Ann Lindsay] Commended for Independent Publisher Book Awards (Travel Essays) Description: --Secrets arts and crafted to amuse --Tales of travel by sail, train or royal command --Curious buildings with hidden lives --Farming folk and water-borne tales - . The city of Edinburgh was once made up of closes, of which only 60 have survived. One of the best preserved closes is the Mary King’s Close. Visitors can book a visit to The Real Mary King’s Close and discover how many of Edinburgh’s poorest families lived and died in extreme poverty and sadness. The World's End.


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Hidden Scotland takes the reader on a marvellous tour of the little known gems Scotland has to offer. Often overlooked in tour guides, these areas of immense beauty and packed with a rich history are left unspoiled by vast numbers of tourists/5(16).

In this marvellously entertaining and informative book, Ann Lindsay introduces a bewildering range of quirky, intriguing and amusing details about Scotland's past and present. Some of what she reveals is verifiable by fact, some shrouded in mystery and superstition, yet all enriches our understanding and appreciation of this fascinating country/5.

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In the other book, the section on Scotland occupies 42 pages.5/5(8). The idea of exploring hidden paths in the beautiful country of Scotland is intriguing and in this book Alistair Moffat takes us along on ten of them: the River Road, the Invasion Road, the Road to Heaven, the Great North Road, the Road to Ruin, the Green Roads, the Herring Road, the Rail Road, the Summer Roads and the Road Block/5.

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Early editions tended to be very text based, with black and white line illustrations. This new addition to Luster's successful, practical and attractive Hidden series, covering countries and regions, is the perfect book for those who wish to discover the most beautiful sides of Scotland.

From jawdropping landscapes to interesting cities, Hidden Scotland will turn your trip into a memorable and unique : Lauren Maccallum. This is a great book for finding hidden places throughout Scotland including the islands and within each section are walks, sites to visit, viewpoints to /5().

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New from the best selling Wild Guide Series (winner of travel guidebook of the year ), Wild Guide Scotland is a compendium of hidden places, outdoor adventures, local/artisanal food and inspiring places to stay featuring hundreds of ideas for the perfect adventure in the wilds and wonderlands of Scotland.

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In this marvellously entertaining and informative book, Ann Lindsay introduces a bewildering range of quirky, intriguing and amusing details about Scotland's past and present. Some of what she reveals is verifiable by fact, some shrouded in mystery and superstition, yet all enriches our understanding and appreciation of this fascinating country.4/5(3).

Hidden Scotland takes the reader on a marvellous tour of the little known gems Scotland has to offer. Often overlooked in tour guides, these areas of immense beauty and packed with a rich history are left unspoiled by vast numbers of tourists.

Readers are given a detailed description into each Pages: Discover hidden attractions, cool sights, and unusual things to do in Scotland from Fingal's Cave to Tomb of the Eagles.A delightful wander through Scotland's "hidden ways", a fascinating mixture of linguistic and landscape detective work interwoven with personal anecdote.

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