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It looms over the Scottish countryside. What is the story behind this huge pyramid standing majestically in the middle of the Aberdeenshire countryside? By Angus Wright Scotland is the last place you think of when someone mentions pyramids. These impressive structures normally conjure pictures of monoliths in the Egyptian desert or the Mexican jungle. But tucked away in the woods of...
They were called the 'heather priests' - a small clandestine 18th Century community set up in the secluded Braes of Glenlivet at a time when Catholicism was still illegal in Scotland. Visiting the remains of Scalan Seminary brings home how remote some communities in Scotland can be, and reveals secrets to Scotland's past. By James McKean In the Braes of Glenlivet,...
We are officially ‘Over the Hump’! It is Wednesday, and the downhill slope to the weekend starts here! Our highlights from across where-i-live.com this week include :   This week we found out more about Yorkshire Day which was celebrated on August 1st, and discovered how Yorkshire inventions have helped shape modern America. Read more here. Swedish pop has brought us...