Difference between revisions of "Scottish Lowlands"

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The '''Scottish Lowlands''' are a region of [[south]] and central [[Scotland]]. The vast majority of Scotland's population inhabits this region which comprises the non-[[Scottish Highlands|Highland]] parts of the country. Areas included within the Lowlands are Strathmore, [[Fife]], the [[Scottish Rift Valley]] and the [[Southern Uplands]] and [[Borders]].
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The term refers to the comparatively lower [[latitude]]s of the region rather than to its [[topography]]; although the Highlands are considerably more mountainous, the Lowlands are far from flat. However a few authorities do place the Northern, but flat county of [[Caithness]] in the Lowlands.
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[[Category:Scottish Counties and Regions]]
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Revision as of 07:51, 12 August 2010

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!Sí He dejado en libertad los prisioneros y ahora vengo por ti!