ученицы 7а класса средней школы №356 Черкасовой Ульяны. 2014 г.
The Highlands, in the far north of Scotland, is made up of six smaller regions. There is a variety of attractions and much great scenery to explore from mountains to beaches, rivers to islands.
You can learn a lot about the truly fascinating history of the North Highlands by visiting historic castles and museums. Make photos of mountains, lochs, waterfalls and beaches. Look out for whales and dolphins on a wildlife tour or get active and enjoy mountain biking, walking, kayaking, fishing, golfing and more. North Highlands
It’s Britain’s largest National Park. Here you can explore vast forests filled with wildlife, enjoy ski down snow covered mountains. Cairngorms National Park.
Inverness is a historic city. The coastal town of Nairn boasts golden sandy beaches and golf courses. Loch Ness is inhabited by the legendary Monster. You can watch the ruins of Urquhart Castle. Inverness, Nairn & Loch Ness
You should explore the picturesque fishing villages, coves and beaches of the Moray coast and keep an eye out for the dolphins. See historic castles, ancient cathedrals and standing stones that speak of the region’s Pictish past. Moray Speyside
Enjoy its magnificent scenery, rich culture and fascinating history, the Three Sisters of Glen Coe and explore some remarkable local wildlife. Discover tales from many years ago in the historic castles and fascinating museums and hear of battles and clans. Fort William & Lochaber
Explore this region’s landscape with miles of beautiful coastline and you’ll be enchanted by fascinating tales of its history in the ancient castles. Make the most of the great outdoors on a gentle walk or with exciting adventure activities from climbing to sea kayaking. Skye & Lochalsh
1.Where is the Highlands located ? 2.How many regions are there in the Highlands of Scotland? 3.What kind of scenery can be seen in the Highlands? 4.Where can you make adventure activities ? What exactly? 5. What ancient buildings can you see in this region? Questions
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