Myths & Legends

Myths & Legends

Video: The story of Scotland’s patron saint, St Andrew

Saint Andrew has been celebrated in Scotland for more than 1,000 years.


Video: Eight unusual Edinburgh monuments you may have missed

FROM the Castle to Calton Hill, Edinburgh is home to countless iconic landmarks that are instantly recognisable.

The Wellgate clock. Picture: CC-by-sa/2.0 - Copyright: william -

A history of Dundee’s Wellgate ‘nursery rhyme’ clock

DUNDEE’S iconic Wellgate Centre clock has kept local kids enthralled and entranced for generations.

Frozen unicorn in George Street. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

Scotland’s history to be told in stunning ice sculpture display

This stunning unicorn sculpture is part of an ice installation to go on display in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh, Fife & Lothians
Dunning Parish Church's clock is being repaired. Pictures: Historic Environment Scotland

Church where ‘dragon was slain’ has clock removed for repair

A CHURCH clock which commemorates the spot where St Serf is said to have slain a dragon has been temporarily removed for maintenance.


‘Unicorns’ are alive and well in Galloway

KNOCKENGORROCH World Ceilidh Music Festival organisers are aiming to break the international record for the highest number of unicorns in one place later this year.

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