Bella in Aberdeen

perlockholmes:

riplogic:

*loses drink in scotland* where did my Glasgow.

Oh my god

englishsnow:

myverybritishblog:

travelingcolors:
Neist Point, Isle of Skye | Scotland (by QuidamCress)

myverybritishblog:

travelingcolors:

Neist Point, Isle of Skye | Scotland (by QuidamCress)

visitheworld:

Edinburgh Castle as seen from Princes Street Gardens, Scotland (by Venvierra).

visitheworld:

Edinburgh Castle as seen from Princes Street Gardens, Scotland (by Venvierra).

mstrkrftz:

Edinburgh by Daniel Farò

mstrkrftz:

Edinburgh by Daniel Farò
marbellemarbeau:

Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh.
Photography by Melissa Hill

marbellemarbeau:

Holyrood Abbey, Edinburgh.

Photography by Melissa Hill

janoskagcon:

I am single because I am surrounded with guys like this…

janoskagcon:

I am single because I am surrounded with guys like this…

british-history:

The Coronation of James I
25 July 1603
James VI of Scotland was crowned King of England and Ireland on this day in British history, 25 July 1603, becoming James I. Although the kingdoms of Scotland and England were individual sovereign states, with their own parliaments, judiciary, and laws, James brought about the Union of the Crowns, a union of the states (including Ireland) under the same monarch. James would continue to sit on all three thrones until his death in 1625. England and Scotland were not brought under unified parliamentary rule until the Acts of Union of 1707, with Ireland remaining a separate kingdom that was subordinate to England until 1784.

british-history:

The Coronation of James I

25 July 1603

James VI of Scotland was crowned King of England and Ireland on this day in British history, 25 July 1603, becoming James I. Although the kingdoms of Scotland and England were individual sovereign states, with their own parliaments, judiciary, and laws, James brought about the Union of the Crowns, a union of the states (including Ireland) under the same monarch. James would continue to sit on all three thrones until his death in 1625. England and Scotland were not brought under unified parliamentary rule until the Acts of Union of 1707, with Ireland remaining a separate kingdom that was subordinate to England until 1784.

(Source: katiebishop)

(Source: englishsnow)