Scotland - a land of incomparable beauty and contrast, from the majesty of her mountain peaks to the gentle curves of her island shores. The ancient tellers of Scotland's unfolding story have left their signatures on the land in the form of Neolithic stone circles and cairns, iron-age homesteads, medieval abbeys, and splendid castles.
Mashpedia is a Video Encyclopedia, combining the power of YouTube and Wikipedia to surface the best and most relevant videos about your topics of interest, and is currently one of the fastest-growing video-oriented sites in the world.
Welcome to Celtic Network! Celtic Network is dedicated to the efforts and accomplishments of Celtic people everywhere, in the present day and throughout history, who have had a profound influence in so many areas of human endeavor: music, mythology and folklore, weaponry, toolmaking, poetry and literature, crafts, and the visual arts, among many other fields.
Welcome to the website of the National Archives of Scotland (NAS).
On 1 April 2011, the General Register Office for Scotland merged with the NAS to become the National Records of Scotland (NRS). From 1 October 2014 onwards the information in the National Archives of Scotland website will not be updated. For more up to date information on doing research, learning and record keeping, including Freedom of Information and the Public Records (Scotland) Act, please go to the National Records of Scotland website.
Genealogy Links - Scotland and International Welcome to Scotlands Family, the Scottish genealogy portal designed to help you explore your Scottish family tree. Our aim is to point you to free on-line data and information in diverse Scotland family history records, wherever you live in the world.