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List of cultural icons of Scotland

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Three tartans
Three tartans
Harris Tweed
Harris Tweed
Scotch thistle
Scotch thistle
Falkirk Wheel
Falkirk Wheel
Scott Monument
Scott Monument
Whisky
Whisky

This list of cultural icons of Scotland is a list of objects, topics or people identified[by whom?] as cultural icons of Scotland.

Animals

Arts and crafts

Buildings and structures

Clan

Clothing

Festivals

Folklore

Food and drink

Government

History

Industry, science

Literature, poetry

Music

People

Royal

Sport

Television, radio, theatre, film

Transport

See also

References

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