In pictures: 11 places around the world with Scottish links

Scots have made their way to all four corners of the globe over time to seek opportunity, new beginnings or simply to survive, with their influence still felt in many places today.

Easter Island in Polynesia was once owned by two families from Fife with Scots first occupying the land in the late 19th Century. PIC: Creative Commons.

Here we look at 11 countries, towns and islands around the world where Scots have made their mark, from Easter Island to the South Pacific and Jamaica to Spain and Italy a little closer to home.

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