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15 of the most picturesque landmarks you should visit in Scotland

Scotland is well known for its natural beauty, with its abundance of lochs, mountains and much much more.

If you’re looking to take the scenic route around Scotland, these are 15 landmarks that should definitely make it onto your itinerary. 

The Three Sisters are: Gearr Aonach (short ridge), Aonach Dubh (black ridge) and Beinn Fhada (long hill). They are part of Bidean nam Bian, a mountain which lies to the south of Glen Coe

1. Three Sisters, Glencoe

The Three Sisters are: Gearr Aonach (short ridge), Aonach Dubh (black ridge) and Beinn Fhada (long hill). They are part of Bidean nam Bian, a mountain which lies to the south of Glen Coe
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Found at the foot of the Black Cuillin Mountains, the Fairy Pools are a natural waterfall phenomenon which boast crystal clear water that's popular amongst wild swimmers who are brave enough to face the cold water

2. Fairy Pools, Skye

Found at the foot of the Black Cuillin Mountains, the Fairy Pools are a natural waterfall phenomenon which boast crystal clear water that's popular amongst wild swimmers who are brave enough to face the cold water
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Red sandstone gives the water the image of being red, making the name The Devil's Pulpit very fitting. The name itself comes from a rock formation that looks similar to that of a church pulpit

3. The Devils Pulpit, Finnich Glen

Red sandstone gives the water the image of being red, making the name The Devil's Pulpit very fitting. The name itself comes from a rock formation that looks similar to that of a church pulpit
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Orkney's most famous landmark is The Old Man of Hoy, a 450 foot sea stack formed from Old Red Sandstone. It was created by the erosion of a cliff through hydraulic action - the stack is no more than a few hundred years old

4. Old Man of Hoy, Orkney

Orkney's most famous landmark is The Old Man of Hoy, a 450 foot sea stack formed from Old Red Sandstone. It was created by the erosion of a cliff through hydraulic action - the stack is no more than a few hundred years old
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