Caffeinated soft drink in Scotland - has .002% ammonium ferric citrate listed in the ingredients
Home of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster.
Unique sporting events rooted in Scottish history from the Middle Ages
Extravaganza of performance entertainment; music, dance, drama and alternative
Highlands. Home of "Nessie"
2007. For the role of Idi Amin.
Director: Kevin Macdonald
1859-1930. Writer, created Sherlock Holmes, the worldâ€™s best-known detective
Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect Parks
Still in use as a military garrison.
Inducted 2005. Made his debut for Scotland in 1972. He won thirty-two caps, playing at fly-half and centre. He captained Scotland on nine occasions. He toured with the British and Irish Lions in both 1974 and 1977.
Edinburgh, Scotland. Scottish national daily newspaper
Portrayed by Forest Whitaker
Burial place of many kings of Scotland, and Labour leader John Smith
Produced two Kings of Scotland: Robert I and David II.
Founded in 1371. Ended with Anne of Great Britain (last Queen of Scots), 1665-1714.
Moved to Edinburgh, 846 - 1452
A 2006 screen adaptation of the Giles Foden novel which is the fictional account of the personal physician of Ugandan dictator Idi Amin. Some events depicted in the film are historically accurate.