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Lights of the North

Posted by True Highlands in Kit and Caboodle | 2 comments

06.04.17

The current dispute over access to the now privately owned Rubha Reidh lighthouse, near Gairloch on the west coast of Scotland, has served to highlight the ongoing fascination that visitors have with these strange and incongruous towers, that leap up from our tallest cliffs and remotest of islands. Mostly from the Victorian era, these marvels of engineering are a reminder of a time of industry, increased prosperity and a ‘can do’ attitude that has stood the test of time.  

Macbeth – Reality, Myths and Locations

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16.03.17

Macbeth is, without a doubt, one of the most famous plays of all time. Shakespeare’s tale of madness, ambition and bloody vengeance is one of his most enduring works, a classic that has appeal across generations and well beyond the borders of Scotland.  

Holy Wells of Scotland

Posted by True Highlands in Kit and Caboodle | 0 comments

02.03.17

Healing wells have a long tradition in Scotland. At one point, there was estimated to be over 600 of them operating in every corner of the country. Each had its own distinct history attached and were associated with different saints or specific ailments that they could cure. Rickets, gout, lunacy, blindness, infertility and yes, even hangovers could be cured if you knew where to go and the correct offering to make.  

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