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Welcome to the Scottish Culture site. I'm so glad you decided to visit and I hope you make this site a regular stop on your travels. I live in a culturally rich town which hosts high calibre music, theatre and cultural events such as the Nairn Book & Arts Festival and Nairn Highland Games (this year’s event takes place on 21 August 2010 at The Links in Nairn). I live close to many places of cultural and historical interest including Brodie, Cawdor and Urquhart Castles, Culloden, Findhorn and Loch Ness.

This site covers all aspects of Scottish culture and life. You will find articles about Scottish writers, music and theatre, Scottish history and historical places, Scottish cities, towns and islands, Scottish food and drink and much, much more. So please come back often to see what is new! I plan to add one new article a week to the site. Please also register on our forum to get involved in discussions about Scottish culture with like-minded people.

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Once more, welcome to the site and please visit Scottish Culture again.

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