Presentation on theme: "SCOTLAND. The Capital of Scotland is Edinburgh The Saint patron of Scotland is St. Andrew. St. Andrew’s Day is on the 30th of November. The Symbol of."— Presentation transcript:
The Saint patron of Scotland is St. Andrew. St. Andrew’s Day is on the 30th of November. The Symbol of Scotland is a thistle. The Scottish anthem: Flower of Scotland. The official animal of Scotland is unicorn. EMBLEM SYMBOL OF SCOTLAND
Traditional clothes and instruments KILT- a traditional, knee-length piece of wollen clothing worn by Scottish male population on special occasions. BAGPIPE- a traditional Scottish instrument. Tradidtional pipe consists of a bag (made from the skins of goats, cows or sheep), a chanter and drones.
Traditional Sports TOSSING THE CABER - This competition is to keep upright, then cast a long pile or log. The player holds a stake for the smaller end and balances it so it does not fall. Then timber is thrown so that the log will turn on 180 º and a wider end falls down.
Traditional dish Traditional dish is haggis. Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck (heart, liver and lungs); minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt and traditionally encased in the stomach animal's.
Scottish tourism BEN NEVIS- the highest mountain in Great Britan. It rises to a height of 1344 m above sea level and dominates the valley of Glen Nevis.
The legend of Nessie NESSIE was first spotted by the Vikings – Celtic and Norse folklore has stories of water horses seen in the Lochs. Legend tells of how St. Columba heard about the monster's murder of a man and how he rowed out to the centre of the loch to order the beast to desist from such attacks in the future. Ever since that time, Nessie has never been known to have repeated its misdemeanour.
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