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Accessing Scotland's Past

A pilot project from the Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, with images and descriptions of historic buildings and ancient sites in the Cairngorms and the Merse.

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Kilmartin House Museum

Guide to the archaeology and ancient monuments of the Kilmartin area, including the museum. Interactive map and events listing.

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O Irish Sea Ferries

Online bookings, quotations and ferry information for passengers to Larne, Ireland.

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Nordraad Konsult

Services for Scandinavians visiting Scotland.

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The Scots Magazine

The world's best-selling Scottish interest title. A blend of in-depth articles and shorter pieces about Scotland, past and present. The beauty and diversity of the country are captured in colour photographs, the Review pages feature the latest Scottish books and music, and Around Scotland gives you details of events happening in different parts of the country.

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Shetland Enterprise

Official site of Shetland Enterprise, a government agency whose aims are to strengthen communities, develop skills and grow businesses within the Shetland area.

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Culture

Various sections include news, culture and traditions, ideas and ingenuity, Scotland's history with a timeline, myths and mysteries, historic places and A-Z profiles of Great Scots. With video archives.

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Scottish Handwriting

Online tuition from The Scottish Archive Network in palaeography for historians, genealogists and other researchers who have problems reading manuscript historical records written in Scotland in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries.

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The Papar Project

A scholarly investigatation of the history of the name Papay or Pabbay, meaning ‚??the island of the priests‚?? in the Northern and Western Isles. Includes a full bibliography.

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Marr Educational Resources Centre

Community resource offering free public access to computers and multi-media learning resources, based in Troon Library.

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