Seven Wonders of Scotland: 7 to 12
There are 30 candidate wonders, which we have split over five pages. The next six are Iona, the ancient Caledonian Forest, the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Ben Nevis, Dolly the sheep and Scottish inventiveness, and Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags.
- Iona by Colin Baxter and Mairi Macarthur
- The Isle of Iona: Sacred, Spectacular, Living by
Alastair De Watteville
- The Life of St Columba by Saint Adamnan
The Ancient Caledonian Forest
- Landscapes and Lives: The Scottish Forest Through The Ages by John Fowler
- People And Woods In Scotland: A History
The Architecture of Charles Rennie Macintosh
- The Quest for Charles Rennie Macintosh by John Cairney
- Charles Rennie Mackintosh by Colin Baxter and John McKean
Dolly the Sheep & Scots Inventiveness
- 'Made In Scotland': Household Names That Began in Scotland by Carol Foreman
- When Scotland Ruled The World by Stewart Lamont
Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags
The City of Edinburgh is nominated four times for the 'Seven Wonders of Scotland' award, for its location, architecture, culture, parliament and festivals.
- Add to BasketCharles Rennie Mackintosh - - Paperback
Introducing the life and work of the renowned Scottish architect, artist and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, this book looks at some of his best-known buildings and designs, painting a vivid picture of the man, his life, and his accomplishments in architecture and art.
- Add to BasketIona - - Paperback
This book follows the steps of the monks and bishops, Viking raiders and clan chiefs, crofters and fishermen who have shaped Iona's history.
- Add to BasketLife Of St Columba - - Paperback
Columba (521-97) became a central figure in the 'Age of Saints' when he founded his famous monastery on the island of Iona. St Adomnan (circa 624-704) was Abbot of Iona, and wrote this account of St Columba's life 100 years after Columba's death.
This is a history of the trees, woodlands and forests of Scotland and of the people who used them. It begins 11,500 years ago when the ice sheet melted and trees such as hazel, pine, ash and oak returned, bringing with them first birds and mammals and, soon after, the first hunter-gathering humans.
- Add to BasketThe Quest For Charles Rennie Mackintosh - - Hardback
This biography of the life of Charles Rennie Mackintosh not only explores the work and legacy of the Scottish artist, but also examines his relationship with his wife Margaret Macdonald, which ended with his sudden death, aged 60.
- Add to BasketScrambles In Lochaber: A Guide To Scrambles In And Around Lochaber Including Ben Nevis And Glen Coe - - Flexi-cover
This guide describes the best scrambles within a 45km radius of Fort William, including Ben Nevis, Glencoe, Ben Alder, Ben Cruachan and the Saddle. Maps are provided, with advice on equipment, safety, weather and accommodation
Interior of Iona Abbey
The remains of Caledonian Forest in Glen Falloch
Detail from Turin Chair, 1902
Salisbury Crags and Arthur's Seat
Dolly The Sheep
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