Located among the isles of the eastern North Atlantic Ocean, The Scotland is center in the northern third of the island of Great Britain.  Here, along with a handful of other isolated communities within the British Isles, you can find some of the last holdouts of the Scotland ethnicity from the island d of Great Britain and stretching down to Brittany in France.  Gaelic and Scots have influenced regional English dialects and are both still spoken in the region.  And though closely tied to Great Britain, both geographically and historically, people in this region have maintained their unique character through the centuries.

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