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Scotland has 5 World Heritage Sites, The Antonine Wall, New Lanark, St Kilda, The Old and New Towns of Edinburgh and Heart of Neolithic Orkney.
Information on the extraordinary monuments that make up the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site.
Information on New Lanark, an impressive cotton mill and World Heritage Site near the famous Falls of Clyde.
Information on the Old and New Towns of Edinburgh World Heritage Site, comprising one of the most beautiful cityscapes in the world.
Information on the St Kilda World Heritage Site, a group of remote islands noted for the natural and cultural value.
Frontiers of the Roman Empire
Find out about the Antonine Wall, including what you can see and do today.
Làraichean dhualchas na cruinne ann an Alba
World Heritage Sites are cultural and/or natural sites of outstanding universal value.
This guide explains what World Heritage Status means, along with its responsibilities and benefits.