Scottish Highlands

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The Highland Games

Mention the Scottish Highlands, and many people immediately think of the Highland Games, which date back to the early years of Scotland, a time when clans battled for supremacy and kings would hold contests to select their best warriors.

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Cawdor Castle

Built in the 14th century, the castle was immortalized by Shakespeare's great tragedy, Macbeth. Shakespeare set Macbeth's murder of Duncan the King of Scots in Cawdor Castle, which has earned it a tremendous amount of attention.

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Loch Ness

Where there are fishermen, there are good stories and the most famous is of the Loch Ness Monster. In the 1930s, fishermen tried to catch the supposed monster. According to legend, it's still lurking in the loch, an unsolved mystery.

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Johnstons Mills

Elgin is a conservative, pristine town and home to Johnstons Mills, which makes cashmere and tweeds for top designer labels. Scotland is known for both tartans and tweeds, which identify people's origins.

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