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Clickable Map of Scotland

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In Focus

Ulva The island of Ulva lies just off Mull's deeply indented west coast and is bounded by Loch Tuath on its north side and Loch na Keil on its south side. Ulva measures, at its greatest extent, some 5 miles from east to west, and a maximum of 2½ miles from north to south. Immediately to the west of Ulva is the island of Gometra, separated from it by a narrow inlet that can be crossed at high tide by a bridge and at low tide by the tidal beach. ( More ...)

On This Day

23 March 1708: A French fleet carrying James Francis Edward Stuart, "The Pretender", arrives in the Firth of Forth and seeks to land an invasion force of 5,000 men in Fife. They are prevented from doing so by a squadron of English warships under Admiral Byng, and head back towards Dunkirk without landing.

23 March 1857: Pierre Emile L'Angelier dies of arsenic poisoning in Glasgow. In a sensational subsequent trial his lover, Madeleine Smith, is adjudged "not proven" of his murder.

24 March 1908: The death of Sir James David Marwick, the man who as the Glasgow Town Clerk oversaw the development of the city through much of the second half of the 1800s.

Header Slides

Today's header slides are of the beautiful beach at Calgary Bay, in the north west of the Isle of Mull; and a view from the south of the splendid Glamis Castle in Angus, one of the most visually pleasing castles in Scotland.

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Scottish Resources

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