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1 University of St Andrews Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:10:26 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:10:26 PM
2 An Crubh Limited Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:17:03 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:22:36 PM
3 Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum of the Isles Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:19:53 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:22:46 PM
4 Culture Perth and Kinross Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:21:51 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:21:51 PM
5 Dundee Industrial Heritage Limited Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:37:22 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:37:22 PM
6 Eyemouth Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:46:11 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 12:46:11 PM
8 Groam House Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:19:55 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:19:55 PM
9 Lateral North Ltd Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:20:56 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:20:56 PM
10 National Trust for Scotland Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:22:14 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:22:14 PM
11 Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust ( Tay Landscape Partnership) Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:24:10 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:24:10 PM
12 Scone Palace Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:25:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:25:05 PM
13 Scottish Civic Trust Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:36:34 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:36:34 PM
14 SEALL Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:37:44 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:37:44 PM
15 Sleat Community Trading Company Limited Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:39:03 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:39:03 PM
16 Taigh Chearsabhagh Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:40:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:40:05 PM
17 The Highlanders' Museum Limited (Queen’s Own Highlanders Collection) Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:41:06 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:41:06 PM
18 The Scottish Seabird Centre Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:42:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:42:05 PM
19 Royal Scots Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:44:59 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:44:59 PM
20 Timespan Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:46:04 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:46:04 PM
21 Skriðuklaustur Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:47:25 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:47:25 PM
22 Museum Nord Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:48:58 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:48:58 PM
23 Donegal County Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:51:50 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:51:50 PM
24 Locatify Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:52:56 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:52:56 PM
25 The Cultural Heritage Agency of Iceland Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:54:22 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:54:22 PM
26 Unst Heritage Centre Unst Heritage Trust and Unst Boat Haven are dedicated to the cultural heritage and history of this most northerly island in Scotland. The collection includes fine original wooden boats of various types that have been in use over the past 140 years. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:55:38 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:55:38 PM
27 Unst Boat Haven For many hundreds of years Unst has lain in the midst of one of the richest fishing grounds in the world. The small wooden boats fished for cod and ling which were cleaned, split, salted and dried on the stony beaches. The dried fish were then shipped abroad in massive quantities. Boats like the sixereen ‘FAR HAAF’ were capable of fishing thirty miles off shore., while sturdy fourereens fished nearer the coast. With the onset of sudden storms there were disastrous results. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:57:02 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:57:02 PM
28 Shetland Museum and Archives Our Five Star, award winning Museum and Archives is a multifunctional visitor attraction in the heart of Shetland's capital town of Lerwick. Begin your journey through the history of our beautiful islands here, with an enjoyable and interactive visitor experience discovering our world renowned collections. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:58:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:58:05 PM
29 Aros Centre Aros is a popular visitor attraction and community cultural centre offering exhibitions, cinema, live music, comedy, dance, drama, theatre, galleries and workshops. With a family friendly restaurant, gift shop and children’s play areas. We aim to give our customers great memories and fantastic experiences and to inspire individuals through an imaginative, diverse and innovative entertainment and creative learning programme. The arts programme is developed by Aros Community Theatre. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:59:39 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 01:59:39 PM
30 Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal O Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal (EMS) tem por missão investigar, conservar, documentar, interpretar, valorizar e difundir testemunhos do Homem e do meio, reportados ao território e à população do concelho, com vista a contribuir para a construção e a transmissão das memórias sociais e para um desenvolvimento local sustentável. Funcionalmente, baseia-se na gestão integrada de serviços, por que se reparte uma equipa permanente de cerca de 45 pessoas, abrangendo a investigação, a documentação, a conservação, a exposição, a difusão e a educação, centradas num vasto acervo museológico e num património muito diversificado. Territorialmente, o EMS integra oito sítios (cinco núcleos museológicos e três extensões) e gere três embarcações tradicionais de recreio. Os núcleos são sítios ou espaços de propriedade e tutela municipais, musealizados ou com aproveitamento museológico atual ou programado. As extensões são sítios ou patrimónios integrados em espaços de tutelas mistas, com parcial aproveitamento museológico. O acervo do Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal é constituído por património cultural imóvel, por património flutuante e por bens móveis, incluindo coleções arqueológicas, técnicas e industriais, artísticas e etnográficas e fundos documentais, na sua maioria provenientes do território do concelho. Destacam-se: - as coleções arqueológicas, nomeadamente da Olaria Romana da Quinta do Rouxinol; - as coleções industriais, nomeadamente da fábrica de cortiça da Mundet & C.ª, Lda. (Seixal); - as coleções etnográficas e de cultura flúvio-marítima, nomeadamente de estaleiros navais tradicionais do estuário do Tejo; - as coleções de azulejaria (séculos XVI a XX); - as coleções e fundos documentais (imprensa local, fotografia, bibliografia e documentos variados, incluindo fundo antigo da Câmara). Para além do património material incorporado no seu acervo, o Ecomuseu Municipal do Seixal (EMS) integra e dinamiza um importante património cultural imaterial, nomeadamente através da preservação e da transmissão de técnicas e saber-fazer ligados à tipografia, à moagem, à construção naval tradicional em madeira, à navegação à vela tradicional no estuário do Tejo e à produção de energia mecânica a vapor, que no contexto do trabalho museológico estão associados respetivamente à oficina tradicional de artes gráficas no Espaço Memória –Tipografia Popular do Seixal, ao Moinho de Maré de Corroios, à oficina de modelismo naval no Núcleo Naval, às embarcações tradicionais, e ao circuito da pólvora negra, na Fábrica de Pólvora de Vale de Milhaços. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:07:34 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:07:34 PM
31 Museu Nacional de Arqueologia Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:08:23 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:08:23 PM
32 Museu Comorcal de l'Horta Sud The museum is a center where the cultural heritage of the region of l'Horta Sud is exposed. It performs the functions of exhibition, conservation and diffusion of the ethnographic heritage of the municipalities of the south of Valencia. Among its objectives is the social and cultural dynamization of its territory based on the elements and signs of identity that have shaped the personality of the region, where the rural heritage and its landscape are fundamental. El museo expone el patrimonio cultural de la comarca de l’Horta Sud. Desempeña las funciones de exposición, conservación y difusión del patrimonio etnográfico de los municipios del sur de Valencia. Entre sus objetivos se halla la dinamización social y cultural de su territorio en base a los elementos y señas de identidad que han configurado la personalidad de la comarca, donde el patrimonio rural y su paisaje son fundamentales. l Museu Comarcal de l'Horta Sud Josep Ferrís March nace por iniciativa de la Fundación para el Desarrollo de l’Horta Sud dentro de sus programas de actuación con la finalidad de dar a conocer la cultura tradicional de la comarca que durante siglos ha constituido, sin duda, la señal de identidad que ha otorgado una personalidad propia a este territorio. En noviembre de 1995 la Fundación adquiere la propiedad de un inmueble situado en la antigua calle del Pi para instalar el museo. A partir de ese momento empieza la tarea de recogida de piezas que han aportado los vecinos de la comarca para poder configurar las colecciones. El museo, de acuerdo con la legislación autonómica vigente, fue reconocido como tal mediante orden del Concejal de Cultura, Educación y Ciencia de la Generalitat Valenciana el 28 de febrero de 1996. Para gestionar el museo se ha adoptado la forma jurídica de un consorcio, que actualmente está formado por cuatro instituciones: la Mancomunitat Intermunicipal de l’Horta Sud, el Ayuntamiento de Torrent, la Fundación para el Desarrollo de l’Horta Sud y Caixa Rural Torrent. Este consorcio se constituyó el 3 de mayo de 2000, motivo por el que la Fundación para el Desarrollo de l’Horta Sud cedió al consorcio el uso del edificio y de las colecciones aportadas hasta ese momento. Las obras de rehabilitación del inmueble finalizaron a finales del año 1999, cuando empezaron los trabajos de montaje de la exposición permanente. Las instalaciones fueron inauguradas y abiertas al público el 28 de junio de 2000 por parte del entonces Presidente . Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:09:44 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:09:44 PM
33 Municiplality Cortes de Pallas Cortes de Pallás is a municipality in the comarca of Valle de Cofrentes in the Valencian Community, Spain. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:10:36 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:10:36 PM
34 Museu del Palmito d'Aldaia Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:12:20 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:12:20 PM
35 Museu de les Ciences Principes Felipe Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:13:25 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:13:25 PM
36 The National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:14:40 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:14:40 PM
37 Moruga Museum The Moruga Museum is dedicated to the prservation of the Sociohistoric culture of the People of Moruga, Trinidad and Tobago by extension the World. The collection is diverse and is not limited to items or from a region only, however, is open to collections from all cultures and eras. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:15:31 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:15:31 PM
38 Barbados Museum and Historical Society The Barbados Museum and Historical Society (BMHS) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization with a membership of over 1,000 individuals and companies. A fourteen-member Council and the Director are responsible for its policies and operation. Nine council members are elected annually from the membership of the BMHS; the remaining five are appointed by Government. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:16:39 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:16:39 PM
39 National Museum of Jamaica The National Museum Jamaica is the national agent for the collection, preservation and documentation of Jamaica’s material culture and aims to stimulate serious research and reflection on Jamaica’s history and contemporary life. As the repository of Jamaica’s National Collection, the National Museum Jamaica houses over 17, 000 historic, ethnographic and archaeological artefacts that are germane to Jamaica’s material culture from the prehistoric era to the contemporary. The work of the museum is focused in three areas: Preservation, Research and Communication through education programmes. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:17:33 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:17:33 PM
40 Charles Town Maroons Cultural Centre and Museum The Maroon’s Cultural Center, nestled in rural Charles Town along a lazy rolling white water river coming down from the Blue Mountains. The Maroon’s autonomy from the island’s government dates back to centuries old treaties and remains to this day. The “Colonel “of the local Maroons has created a rustic cultural museum of artifacts, tools, instruments and documents that date back to the time of pirates and the slave trade. His main goal in creating this museum was to teach the locals their culture and restore them to their Maroon identity. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:18:42 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:28:26 PM
41 University of West Indies Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:19:47 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:19:47 PM
42 Ecomuseo de la Cerámica Chorotega, San Vicente de Nicoya This project is a response to the need of the people of San Vicente to manage their natural and cultural resources. It is an instrument for the education, preservation and diffusion of the Cultural and Natural Heritage of San Vicente. Este museo es una iniciativa comunitaria, en la cual se ha desarrollado una exhibición que se basa en las tradiciones orales, el pasado precolombino, la vida cotidiana y la fabricación de alfarería tradicional como su base narrativa. Se combina además con visitas a los lugares tradicionales de la comunidad, y a los talleres de los alfareros del lugar. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:21:21 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:21:21 PM
43 Museo de Cultura Popular The Museum of Popular Culture is located in the district of Santa Lucia. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:22:19 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:22:19 PM
44 Museo Comunitario Yimba Cajc Rey Curre El museo está hecho por la comunidad y para la comunidad, donde se cuenta la memoria del pueblo con la voz y el trabajo de sus propios pobladores. En su arquitectura representa los diferentes momentos históricos de la vivienda en la comunidad y al igual que la museografía, es producto del trabajo talentoso de artesanos y constructores de Curré. Representa además una ventana al pasado precolombino, el cual se complementa con las esferas de piedra que resguardan la entrada del museo. También tiene en exposición, los orígenes de la comunidad, la vida de sus primeros pobladores y las luchas por la autonomía del territorio indígena. The museum is made by the community and for the community, where the memory of the people is told with the voice and work of its own inhabitants. Its architecture represents the different historical moments of housing in the community and, like the museography, it is the product of the talented work of artisans and builders of Curré. It also represents a window to the pre-Columbian past, which is complemented by the stone spheres that protect the entrance to the museum. It also displays the origins of the community, the life of its first settlers and the struggles for the autonomy of the indigenous territory. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:23:30 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:23:30 PM
45 Museo Comunitario de Boruca El museo busca resaltar las técnicas ancestrales de fabricación y tejido natural de artesanía, concretamente los tejidos con hilos, bejucos y el labrado de máscaras. Además pretende revitalizar la cultura tradicional de Boruca. El inmueble mismo del museo es un ejemplo del tipo de rancho que se utilizó en la antigüedad como vivienda tradicional de los indígenas. The museum seeks to highlight the ancestral techniques of manufacturing and natural weaving of craftwork, specifically weavings with threads, vines and the carving of masks. It also aims to revitalise the traditional culture of Boruca. The museum's building itself is an example of the type of ranch that was used in ancient times as a traditional housing of indigenous people. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:24:40 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:24:40 PM
46 Museo Nacional Sican The Museo Nacional Sicán is a museum situated in the city of Ferreñafe within easy reach, 20 Km north of the city of Chiclayo. It is along the road to the Bosque de Pómac Historical Sanctuary. The museum was inaugurated in November 2001. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:25:45 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:29:00 PM
47 Museo Tucume El Museo Túcume se ubica en la costa norte del Perú, en la provincia de Lambayeque, depende del Sistema Nacional de Museos del Ministerio de Cultura del Perú. Desarrolla un trabajo de investigación científica y social al incorporar a las comunidades locales en un proceso permanente de acercamiento, buscando no sólo la conservación del patrimonio cultural, sino su adecuado manejo. Esta labor se desarrolla en diversos campos como la educación escolar, la exploración y aprendizaje de tecnologías ancestrales, la recuperación de las tradiciones orales, la gastronomía, saberes productivos y la revaloración de la música y danzas locales tradicionales. The Túcume Museum is located on the north coast of Peru, in the province of Lambayeque, it depends on the National System of Museums of the Ministry of Culture of Peru. It develops scientific and social research by incorporating local communities in a permanent approach process, seeking not only the conservation of cultural heritage but its proper management. This work is carried out in various fields such as school education, the exploration and learning of ancestral technologies, the recovery of oral traditions, gastronomy, productive knowledge and the revaluation of traditional local music and dances. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:30:58 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:30:58 PM
48 Museo Despierta Hermano The museum was born in 1996 from a community-school proposal with the purpose of rescuing the mapuche culture’s memory and remember and make present the belonging of these people to the community. Currently, the museum has become a great family chest, holding objects that have been preserved and passed down for generations to be donated and shared with the new generations and thus strengthen and share the identity of all who are apart of the Malalhue community. El museo nace el año 1996, de una propuesta comunitaria-escolar, con el propósito de rescatar la memoria de la cultura mapuche, y de recordar y hacer presente la pertenencia de este pueblo a la comunidad. Actualmente el Museo se ha convertido en un gran baúl familiar, albergando objetos que se han conservado y traspasado por generaciones, para luego ser donados y compartidos con las nuevas generaciones y de esta forma fortalecer y compartir la identidad de todos quienes forman parte de la Comunidad malalhüina. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:32:29 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:32:29 PM
49 Museo de Sitio Castillo de Niebla Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:34:03 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:34:03 PM
50 Museo de la Exploracion Rudolph Amandus Phillippi Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:35:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:35:05 PM
51 Museo de Art Contemporaneo Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:36:04 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:36:04 PM
52 Highlands and Islands Enterprise Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) is the Scottish Government's economic and community development agency for a diverse region which covers more than half of Scotland and is home to around 450,000 people. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:37:43 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:37:43 PM
53 Historic Environment Scotland Historic Environment Scotland (HES) (Scottish Gaelic: Àrainneachd Eachdraidheil Alba) is an executive non-departmental public body responsible for investigating, caring for and promoting Scotland’s historic environment. HES was formed in 2015 from the merger of government agency Historic Scotland with the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS). Among other duties, Historic Environment Scotland maintains more than 300 properties of national importance including Edinburgh Castle, Skara Brae and Fort George. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:38:42 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:38:42 PM
54 National Heritage Lottery Fund Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:43:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:43:05 PM
55 St Andrews Preservation Trust Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:44:01 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:44:01 PM
56 Rhynie Woman Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:45:23 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:45:23 PM
57 Creative Foundation The Creative Foundation is an arts charity, which has spent 15 years using creative activity to make Folkestone a better place to live, work, play, study and visit. By mobilising the incredible artistic resources already in the town and working hand in hand with the community, our partners and stakeholders, we have established 5 main projects: the Creative Quarter, Quarterhouse, Triennial, Book Festival and Folkestone Artworks, through which we are transforming the town and surrounding area. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:48:25 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:48:25 PM
58 Verniging Zonder Winstoogmerk Festival VZW Festival Dranouter has a 44 year tradition of using culture and local heritage as a lever for economic activities in its own (rural) areas. As such we can contribute with experience related to the subject of research within the CUPIDO project. We have developed a broad range of activities over the years and can share experience (success and losses) that we gathered over the years. We have always worked on the borderline between business, culture and tourism. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:50:17 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:50:17 PM
59 Gemeente Heuvelland The municipality has experience of developing the area for a.o. tourism, often connected to WW 1. We try to push other values that promote the area, not the least to attract people to live and work here. We work closely with the annual folk music festival and other artist activities. Our mission is to market the municipality with a wide range of themes and work on projects that promote the rural silence, pristine nature and cultural heritage with roots in prehistory, in pottery and in art. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:51:14 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:51:14 PM
60 Howest The university has been stimulating entrepreneurship and an entrepreneurial spirit, due to working for many years with students, teachers as well as researchers. Howest has therefore gained a vast knowledge in developing and supporting businesses in different sectors and fields of expertise. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:52:38 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:52:38 PM
61 Gemeente Middelburg Middelburg is experienced in encouraging (young) people to start new companies, to stimulate cross-sectoral cooperation and explore new product and market combinations. The town works closely together with the Roosevelt University; both collaborate with the Erasmus University Rotterdam and the Association of City Management. Town, province, Scalda and Rabobank, started DOK 4, an incubator for innovative techno and creative start-ups. New entrepreneurs get guidance and coaching. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:53:37 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:53:37 PM
62 Landkreis Wesermarsch Wesermarsch with a tradition in cultural heritage (North Sea spirit as a typical coastal zone region) has a strong record of museums and local arts & crafts centers. Its traditional character is technical craftsmanship/construction knowledge, which still is the case with the presence of world leading companies in aircraft and ship building. The organisation works with the interface between culture and economics, how to use and to focus local competences increasing regional attractiveness. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:54:59 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:54:59 PM
63 Morse Municipality Morsø municipality builds further on the cultural heritage as a fishing community, in particular the (native European flat) oyster and mussel fishery. The Danish Shellfish Center resides here with researchers from DLU. The shellfish industry has been a key driver in the local economy; the municipality and others worked hard to reignite the pride & excitement around fishery, through an Oyster Premiere in October, a Shellfish festival in June as culture is promoted in the Kulturmøde each August. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:55:57 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:55:57 PM
64 County Mayo Municipality County Mayo is a county in Ireland. In the West of Ireland, in the province of Connacht, it is named after the village of Mayo, now generally known as Mayo Abbey. Mayo County Council is the local authority. The population was 130,507 at the 2016 census. The boundaries of the county, which was formed in 1585, reflect the Mac William Íochtar lordship at that time. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:57:40 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:57:40 PM
65 Nome Kommune The municipality has been working with commercialisation of culture businesses & cultural heritage. The project manager is experienced, specifically on culture. Nome has a tradition for hosting events, smaller activities and small festivals, has knowledge within the organisation as well a broad network that helps to lift events to a sustainable level. The municipality has good knowledge of the cultural heritage and the context of the events, and of potential business developers and start-ups. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:59:15 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 02:59:15 PM
66 Sunne Kommun Sunne is a cultural hub with its regional Västanå Teater, culture heritage foundation of Selma Lagerlöf, garden & sculpture park Rottneros and its experimental museum Alma Löv. Sunne is a wintersport resort for nordic and down hill skiing and in summer good for forest excursions, walking, mountain biking, fishing and swimming. A culture summer week gathers famous artist and authors for seminars and events. Students from the graphical vocational school are drivers in culture activities. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:01:28 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:01:28 PM
67 Rottineros Park Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:03:06 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:03:06 PM
68 Region Varmland Region Värmland has arranged and facilitated regional and international events to develop technological innovations, based upon virtual reality for example and other hybrid forms of storytelling. Our experience and expertise is an asset for the project, as we have knowledge of initiating and managing projects that benefit from both commercial, as well as cultural values, for entrepreneurs in the cultural sector. The region has a long tradition of business support and business innovation. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:04:08 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:04:08 PM
69 DNR Outdoor adventure centre Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:07:38 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:07:38 PM
70 University of Dar es Saleem Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:09:21 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:09:21 PM
71 University of Dar es Saleem Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:10:50 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:10:50 PM
72 Department of Antiquities, Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malawi Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:12:36 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:12:36 PM
73 The Scottish Malawi Foundation Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:14:12 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:14:12 PM
74 Scottish Natural Heritage Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:15:28 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:15:28 PM
75 Vatnajökull National Park Vatnajökull National Park was established in 2008. It includes the national parks in Skaftafell (est. 1967) and Jökulsárgljúfur (est. 1973) along with the Vatnajökull ice cap itself and extensive areas around it. Vatnajökull National Park is characterised by diversity on all fronts, be it landscape, biosphere, cultural remains or service levels. For simplification, however, it may be placed into two categories: uninhabited highland areas with limited services and lowland areas with higher service levels. The park‘s visitor centres are all located in lowland areas. Each of them has an exhibition about the park‘s nature and cultural heritage. Each also has a souvenir shop with special emphasis on local handicraft and products. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:18:02 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:18:02 PM
76 Muni Pomasdze Lagoon Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:20:07 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:20:07 PM
77 Watamu National Marine Park Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:21:14 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:21:14 PM
78 Foulpointe Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:22:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:48:40 PM
79 Sanday Heritage Centre Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:24:44 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:24:44 PM
80 St Kilda Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:26:19 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:26:19 PM
81 Ionad Hiort Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:28:04 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:28:04 PM
82 Glenshee Archaeology Project Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:31:16 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:31:16 PM
83 Tomintoul Museum & Discovery Center Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:32:38 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:32:38 PM
84 Glenlivet Distillery Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:33:40 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:33:40 PM
85 Isle Martin Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:35:07 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:35:07 PM
86 Scapa Flow Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:36:02 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:36:02 PM
87 North Isles Landscape Partnership The NILPS has been specially created to support life in Orkney’s North Isles, while conserving and raising awareness of their distinctive identities, heritage and culture. To achieve this goal, the NILPS plans to deliver a range of innovative projects over the next five years, working closely with local communities. Projects will focus on everything from island life and culture, and the conservation of local knowledge, to initiatives aimed at encouraging the discovery of local landscapes. Ways in which island communities can thrive into the future will also be explored and supported. The NILPS is being supported by Orkney Islands Council, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Historic Environment Scotland, the RSPB, Scottish Natural Heritage, and The National Lottery. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:37:53 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:37:53 PM
88 Kirkwall Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:40:12 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:40:12 PM
89 Highlanders Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:43:50 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:43:50 PM
90 Shetland Bus Friendship Society 'The Shetland Bus', was a Shetland based boat operation to and from Norway, that took place during the Second World War (1939 - 1945). The website is dedicated to all those who gave of their lives in the extremely hazardous boat trips between Shetland and Norway, to assist the Norwegian resistance movement. The conditions under which they operated, the difficulties of crossing the North Sea at night, with no lights and far from any possible help, can scarcely be imagined today. Always present in the minds of those on board would have been the threat of discovery and the risk of being shot at by German planes or boats, and possibly captured when they finally reached the Norwegian coast. Pictures, words and some audio files are available on this website, so please feel free to look around. A waltz (a 792k WAV file) was even written in honour of the extraordinary achievements. The 'HITRA' on a recent visit to Scalloway, in Shetland The project was initiated by, and has been coordinated by, Colin Nicol who is head of history at the Scalloway Junior High School. Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:45:14 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:45:14 PM
91 Wick Heritage Museum The Wick Heritage Museum can be found in a rather small, nondescript house near the harbour of the far north-Scotland town of Wick. But don't let its size fool you as this museum is housed in a tardis-like building that's way bigger than you might at first imagine. The museum is dedicated to keeping the history of this quiet fishing town alive through a series of exhibitions that take visitors into the past with photos, Caithness glass displays, life-size fishing boats and restored machinery. As you explore the 20+ rooms that head off in all directions you'll discover an array of fascinating objects and lovingly restored artworks as well as several enthusiastic volunteers, all of which add up to making the Wick Heritage Museum a surprisingly good tourist attraction Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:46:34 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:46:34 PM
92 Grampian Transport Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:47:39 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:47:39 PM
93 Deetour Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:47:55 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:52:31 PM
94 Gordon Highlanders Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:53:48 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:53:48 PM
95 Crammond Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:54:57 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:54:57 PM
96 Abernethy Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:56:05 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:56:05 PM
97 Tech Fulcrum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:58:06 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 03:58:06 PM
98 North Uist Historical Society (CEUT) Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:02:14 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:02:14 PM
99 Fife Council Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:03:30 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:03:30 PM
100 Fife Cultural Trust Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:04:42 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:04:42 PM
101 Visit Scotland Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:08:40 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:08:40 PM
102 Covesea Lighthouse Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:12:07 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:12:07 PM
103 Burghead Visitor Centre Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:13:47 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:13:47 PM
104 Berwick Marine Reserve Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:14:46 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:14:46 PM
105 West Highland Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:15:42 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:15:42 PM
106 The Queens & PWRR Regimental Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:16:59 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:16:59 PM
107 Edinburgh City Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:18:24 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:18:24 PM
108 Dundee Transport Museum Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:19:58 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:19:58 PM
109 Bailies of Bennachie Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:21:00 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:21:00 PM
110 Tay Landscape Partnership Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:23:34 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:23:34 PM
111 Museums of the University of St Andrews Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:24:39 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:24:39 PM
112 Finlaggan Visitor Centre Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:25:36 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:25:36 PM
113 John Muir Trust Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:26:43 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:26:43 PM
114 Holy Trinity Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:28:34 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:28:34 PM
115 Pop In the City Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:30:43 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:30:43 PM
116 Fife Pilgrim Way Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:31:45 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:31:45 PM
117 Elie Earlsferry History Society Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:32:39 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:32:39 PM
118 Pinkie Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:33:38 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:33:38 PM
119 Scottish Civic Trust Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:34:46 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:34:46 PM
120 Curious St Andrews Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:35:49 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:35:49 PM
121 Visual Impairment - CVI Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:39:52 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:39:52 PM
122 University of St Andrews - Eden campus Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:43:07 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:43:07 PM
123 University of St Andrews - Museum Gallery Studies exhibitions Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:44:14 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:44:14 PM
124 University of St Andrews - Geosciences - Callanish Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:45:23 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:45:23 PM
125 Perth Museum and Art Gallery Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:46:43 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:46:43 PM
126 Bishnupur Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:48:19 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:48:19 PM
127 Broadlands Farm Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:54:00 PM Tuesday 08th of December 2020 04:54:00 PM
128 St Andrews Cathedral Priory - 1318 St Andrews Cathedral was once the largest and most important church in Scotland. In the late fifteenth century the chronicler Walter Bower described St Andrews Cathedral as ‘the lady and mistress of the whole kingdom’. There has been a religious site in St Andrews since the early Middle Ages. In the 1160s work began on a vast new cathedral, replacing the church now known as St Rule’s. The rebuilt cathedral was eventually consecrated in July 1318 in the presence of King Robert the Bruce. St Andrews Cathedral served as a major religious centre until 1559, when it was ‘reformed’ by Protestant activists who made a bonfire of its religious images. In the years after the Reformation the cathedral gradually fell into ruins. When Dr Samuel Johnson visited in the 1770s he commented on the ‘poor remains’ of a formerly ‘spacious and majestic building’. This reconstruction shows the cathedral in about 1318. It was created by researchers at the University of St Andrews. The cathedral site is now managed by Historic Scotland, and a version of the reconstruction can be seen in their visitor centre. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:23:13 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:05:18 PM
129 St Andrews Cathedral Priory St Andrews Cathedral was once the largest and most important church in Scotland. In the late fifteenth century the chronicler Walter Bower described St Andrews Cathedral as ‘the lady and mistress of the whole kingdom’. There has been a religious site in St Andrews since the early Middle Ages. In the 1160s work began on a vast new cathedral, replacing the church now known as St Rule’s. The rebuilt cathedral was eventually consecrated in July 1318 in the presence of King Robert the Bruce. St Andrews Cathedral served as a major religious centre until 1559, when it was ‘reformed’ by Protestant activists who made a bonfire of its religious images. In the years after the Reformation the cathedral gradually fell into ruins. When Dr Samuel Johnson visited in the 1770s he commented on the ‘poor remains’ of a formerly ‘spacious and majestic building’. This reconstruction shows the cathedral in about 1318. It was created by researchers at the University of St Andrews. The cathedral site is now managed by Historic Scotland, and a version of the reconstruction can be seen in their visitor centre. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:28:22 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:29:32 PM
130 St Andrews Castle - 1520 St Andrews Castle, Scotland, c1520 Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:33:05 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:48:17 PM
131 St Andrews Castle St Andrews Castle, Scotland, c1520 Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:34:25 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:34:45 PM
132 St Salvator's College - 1559 St Salvator's Quad is one of the best known landmarks in St Andrews. For more than five centuries the tall tower of St Salvator's has dominated the local skyline. Yet much of the rest of the design of St Salvator's Quad has been completely transformed in the years since Bishop James Kennedy established a College dedicated to Christ the Saviour in 1450. Now researchers from the University of St Andrews and Smart History take a first look at creating a new 3D digital reconstruction of St Salvator's College as it may have appeared in its medieval heyday. This reconstruction of St Salvator's is the first phase in a wider project to digitally reconstruct the appearance of the whole burgh of St Andrews just before the upheavals of the Protestant Reformation permanently changed the townscape of Scotland's religious capital. Digital Reconstruction and video - Sarah Kennedy - Head of Virtual Visualisations - Smart History Historical Research - Dr Bess Rhodes - - Head of Historical Research - Smart History This phase of the project has been funded by St Andrews University Research Impact. impact.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/ Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:37:15 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:53:40 PM
133 St Salvator's College St Salvator's Quad is one of the best known landmarks in St Andrews. For more than five centuries the tall tower of St Salvator's has dominated the local skyline. Yet much of the rest of the design of St Salvator's Quad has been completely transformed in the years since Bishop James Kennedy established a College dedicated to Christ the Saviour in 1450. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:38:33 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:38:33 PM
134 Holy Trinity Church - 1559 Holy Trinity 1559 Holy Trinity Church in St Andrews has played a major role in Scotland’s religious life since the Middle Ages. It was central to the events of the Scottish Reformation. Indeed, it was at Holy Trinity that the 16th century Protestant leader John Knox first preached in public. Yet even before this, Holy Trinity was a significant Catholic church. In the 1520s Archbishop James Beaton described it as the most important parish church in the country. Over the generations the buildings of Holy Trinity have undergone major changes. Indeed the church was almost completely rebuilt (barring the tower) at the start of the 20th century. This reconstruction of Holy Trinity as it may have appeared in 1559 was created by the Smart History team in St Andrews (led by Dr Alan Miller). It is based on research into historical images and written records (including property documents) undertaken by Dr Bess Rhodes, Peryn Westerhof Nyman, and Chelsea Reutcke. The digital reconstruction was created by Sarah Kennedy. A virtual reality version of the reconstruction can be experienced as part of the Divine and Human exhibition at Holy Trinity Church, South Street, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9NL (which runs until 31 October 2019). The reconstruction was funded by St Andrews Community Trust. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:40:11 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:30:23 PM
135 Holy Trinity Church Holy Trinity Church in St Andrews has played a major role in Scotland’s religious life since the Middle Ages. It was central to the events of the Scottish Reformation. Indeed, it was at Holy Trinity that the 16th century Protestant leader John Knox first preached in public. Yet even before this, Holy Trinity was a significant Catholic church. In the 1520s Archbishop James Beaton described it as the most important parish church in the country. Over the generations the buildings of Holy Trinity have undergone major changes. Indeed the church was almost completely rebuilt (barring the tower) at the start of the 20th century. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:42:25 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:42:25 PM
136 Market Street - 1565 For over 800 years Market Street has been the commercial heart of the burgh of St Andrews. This reconstruction shows Market Street during the middle of the sixteenth century – a time when St Andrews was a significant trading centre and the religious capital of Scotland. The reconstruction was created by Smart History and the Open Virtual Worlds Team at the University of St Andrews. It is part of an ongoing project to represent digitally the burgh of St Andrews at the time of the Scottish Reformation. During the Middle Ages, Market Street was a place where local residents met to exchange goods, gossip, and watch the punishment of wrongdoers. Funding for the Market Street reconstruction was provided by the St Andrews Community Trust and the University of St Andrews’ Covid-19 Restarting Research Funding Scheme. This work was funded as part of 'Enabling Heritage Response to COVID-19 through Virtual Reality Exhibits, Virtual Museum Infrastructure and Capacity Building'. Music: Tavern Loop One by Alexander Nakarada at serpent sound studios Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:45:23 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:36:02 PM
137 Market Street For over 800 years Market Street has been the commercial heart of the burgh of St Andrews. This reconstruction shows Market Street during the middle of the sixteenth century – a time when St Andrews was a significant trading centre and the religious capital of Scotland. The reconstruction was created by Smart History and the Open Virtual Worlds Team at the University of St Andrews. It is part of an ongoing project to represent digitally the burgh of St Andrews at the time of the Scottish Reformation. During the Middle Ages, Market Street was a place where local residents met to exchange goods, gossip, and watch the punishment of wrongdoers. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:46:21 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:46:21 PM
138 St Andrews Harbour - 1921 A short clip depicting St Andrews Harbour in 1921. A collaborative project with the St Andrews Preservation Trust. This is a work in progress and part of a broader project. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:48:33 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:48:51 PM
139 St Andrews Harbour Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:49:09 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:49:09 PM
140 Edinburgh - 1544 In May 1544 an English army gathered on the outskirts of Edinburgh. Led by the Earl of Hertford (brother to Henry VIII’s third wife Jane Seymour) the English had orders to ‘burn Edinburgh town’, and leave the Scottish capital ‘so razed and defaced’ that ‘there may remain forever a perpetual memory of the vengeance of God’. Fortunately for the residents of Edinburgh, the English failed to fully achieve their aims. A combination of Edinburgh’s natural geographic advantages, and determined defence by gunners based at the Castle, frustrated much of the English efforts. After harrying the Scottish capital for less than two weeks Hertford’s forces withdrew. The English claimed that following their assaults on Edinburgh ‘neither within the walls nor in the suburbs was left any one house unburnt beside the innumerable bodies, pillages and spoils that our soldiers brought from thence’. The reality was probably more complicated. Although Holyrood and the Canongate seem to have sustained significant damage, the extent of destruction in the heart of the burgh of Edinburgh is debatable. The Edinburgh 1544 Project reconstructs the appearance of the Scottish capital on the eve of these momentous events. Inspired by a drawing in the British Library made by the English military engineer Richard Lee (who accompanied Hertford’s expedition, and took part in the sack of Holyrood), the reconstruction visualises the historic burghs of Edinburgh and the Canongate as they may have appeared just before Hertford’s forces arrived. You can explore the groundbreaking reconstruction of sixteenth-century Edinburgh both via this website, and our Virtual Time Binoculars, a new virtual reality app for iOS and android devices. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:50:14 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:25:29 PM
141 Edinburgh Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:50:49 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:50:49 PM
142 Eyemouth Fort - 1557 A digital reconstruction of Eyemouth Fort. In the 1980’s Dr David Caldwell conducted excavations at the fort, with his knowledge and archaeological evidence, along with historical research undertaken in the School of History we have created a virtual representation of how we believe the fort may have looked in 1557. The Eyemouth model recreates the English and French fortifications above the town. Constructed during the ‘Rough Wooing’ in the sixteenth century Eyemouth Fort played a pivotal role in the relationship between Scotland, England and France. All that remain today are the enormous earthworks, and it can be difficult to understand the remains without seeing them from the air. We made this digital reconstruction as part of the Virtual Histories Project for Eyemouth Museum. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:52:47 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:26:22 PM
144 Abernethy - 1072 In 1072 the small Scottish village of Abernethy was the site of a meeting between the King of Scots, Malcolm Canmore, and William of Normandy (who had recently conquered England). In a show of force William brought a fleet of ships up the River Tay, and Malcolm made an oath of loyalty to the English ruler. Exactly what Malcolm believed he was promising is still debated by historians. At this time Abernethy was an important religious centre, and home to a community of Culdees or Céli Dé (which means ‘client of God’ in Gaelic). The Culdees were Christian holy men who followed a form of religious life developed in Ireland during the Early Middle Ages. Today Abernethy is famous for its tall early medieval round tower – an extraordinary survival from the time of the Culdees. There is only one other tower of this type in Scotland (at Brechin Cathedral), although they are more common in Ireland. The tower probably served as a bell tower and treasury. This reconstruction represents how Abernethy may have looked in the 1070s. It shows the tower, church, and dwellings of the Culdees and their tenants. It was created by the University of St Andrews and Smart History, in collaboration with the Tay Landscape Partnership and Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust. The reconstruction was inspired by the study of the extant round tower and its surroundings, and comparison with early monastic sites in Ireland (including Downpatrick, Devenish, and Glendalough). An interactive virtual reality version of the reconstruction can be explored at the Museum of Abernethy, School Wynd, Abernethy, Perthshire, PH2 9JJ. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:56:20 PM Monday 15th of February 2021 04:26:31 PM
145 Abernethy Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:57:19 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 02:57:19 PM
146 Perth - 1440 Perth is the perfect place to live in Medieval times. It’s a rich and influential city. It sits at important cross roads for trade in Scotland. The River Tay is still deep enough for ships to arrive, it is the lowest possible crossing point without much danger, and it is easy to reach by road from the West, the South and the North. Perth was built on commerce, royal patronage and the hard work of its citizens, manufacturing high value goods out of material from the land around. Leather was used to create the finest gloves, wool and flax to make linen and clothing, and salmon was exported wide and far. What luxury the citizens needed was imported by ship and road from across Scotland, Scandinavia, England, the Baltic states, France and the Low Countries bordering the North Sea. Life was good with wine from France, timber from the Baltic, pottery from Holland and France, and other goods from across Europe. Perth was one of the five wealthiest cities in Scotland and prestigious enough for the kings to hold parliament here 14 times in the 15th century. The citizens took pride in what they had achieved. Life was good in town – if it wasn’t for the repeated times of flooding, washing away houses and bridges, water being contaminated by cess pits, or lives being threatened by epidemics (plagues, water-borne diseases) running through the densely built up settlement. The ground was soggy, and when houses were demolished, they built new ones on top. Buried material is still found today and is in very good condition, telling us a lot about life in Medieval Perth. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:19:38 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:43:06 PM
147 Perth Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:20:07 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:22:27 PM
148 Moredun Top Hillfort - 50 Hillforts feature regularly on the landscape of the Ochil and Sidlaw hills and a number have been excavated and studied in the past. Many of those studies were undertaken by Victorian archaeologists, who had no access to carbon dating, but the sites are likely to have been used over a wide time-frame. Though the occupants of each are likely to have been power-brokers within the local area, none straddled the land like those who ruled from Moncreiffe Hill. The stronghold would have been ideal for security and defence, offering commanding views of approach by land or water. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:25:07 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:06:54 PM
149 Moredun Top Hillfort Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:31:35 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:31:35 PM
150 Forteviot Pictish Cemetery - 850 Forteviot was once a Royal Pictish Kingdom. It is where King Kenneth McAlpin united the gaels and picts. This is a reconsturction of a cemetery created by the picts. The Picts created their cemetery a short distance away from an older ceremonial site, probably reflecting the continued imortance of this location. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:36:29 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:21:32 PM
151 Forteviot Pictish Cemetery Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:38:47 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:38:47 PM
152 Cottown Clay House - 1850 Buildings that were “made out of the ground upon which they stood” were once the most common vernacular structures in parts of Scotland. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:40:08 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:23:26 PM
153 Cottown Clay House Buildings that were “made out of the ground upon which they stood” were once the most common vernacular structures in parts of Scotland. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:41:13 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:41:13 PM
154 Illicit Whisky Still - 1820 The Illicit Still Experience engages audiences in the area’s unique history in illegal whisky creation and smuggling. The area is now known for famous – and legitimate – distilleries as well as for it’s beautiful and rugged countryside. Using the latest in VR technology, the exhibit aims to immerse visitors into the virtual lost landscape of Ballanloan, a township in the middle of the whisky trade in the 1800’s. The exhibit lets visitors explore in the open world of the virtual environment as well as learn about the whisky making process. It also has a modern tour of locations that can be found today in the landscape. The creation of the interactive was to educate visitors about the history before discovering the landscape in the area for themselves. It also allows entry to locations that may not be easily accessed by all guests to Tomintoul. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:42:11 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:57:54 PM
155 Illicit Whisky Still Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:43:06 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:43:06 PM
156 Lair Longhouses, Glenshee - 800 The Glenshee Archaeology Project was developed by Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust and delivered in partnership with Northlight Heritage between 2012 and 2017. Through ‘citizen science’, the project aimed to address the neglected narrative of north-east Perth and Kinross, uncover the fascinating story of prehistoric and early historic life in Glenshee and share this with residents and visitors. For more information on the project visit: pkht.org.uk/projects/current-projects/glenshee/ This video was created in conjunction with Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust and the University of St Andrews, School of Computer Science, Open Virtual Worlds Research Team as a Student Project in the Summer of 2019. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:44:24 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:51:25 PM
157 Lair Longhouses, Glenshee Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:51:38 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:53:59 PM
158 Bennachie Colony - 1850 The Digital Bennachie Colony Trail aims to chronicle the stories and histories of rural life for the Bennachie colonists. Using historical research, digital reconstructions, archaeology, stories song and theater, the app reveals the lives of these incredible people for current and future generations to appreciate. There is a website for the app here and here. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:52:50 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:57:00 PM
159 Bennachie Colony Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:53:42 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:53:42 PM
160 Caen Highland Township - 1813 This is a digital reconstruction of a pre clearances longhouse settlement located in the Strath of Kildonan. Project collaboration with University of St Andrews and Timespan Museum and Archive as part of the CINE project. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:55:54 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:58:54 PM
161 Caen Highland Township Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:57:13 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:57:13 PM
162 Kildonan - Iron Age A project between Timespan Museum, a cultural organisation in Helmsdale, a village in the very northeast of Scotland, local, global and planetary ambitions to weaponise culture for social change and the University of St Andrews as part of CINE project. CINE - a collaborative digital heritage project between 9 partners and 10 associated partners from Norway, Iceland, Ireland and Scotland. The Lead Partner is Museum Nord. The project is funded by the Northern and Arctic Periphery Programme. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 03:58:10 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:31:07 PM
163 Kildonan Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:00:49 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:00:49 PM
164 Helmsdale - 1890 A Collaborative project between Open Virtual Worlds, research team within the School of Computer Science, University of St Andrews and Timespan. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:01:46 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:56:25 PM
165 Helmsdale Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:02:24 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:02:24 PM
166 Finlaggan - 1450 Today Loch Finlaggan on Islay seems a peaceful backwater. Yet in the Middle Ages it was an important power base. The two islands of Eilean Mor (or Large Isle) and Eilean na Comhairle (or Council Isle) on Loch Finlaggan were the site of a major residence of the Lords of the Isles – who governed the Hebrides and parts of mainland Scotland and Ulster. Since the early 1990s, the Finlaggan Archaeological Project (led by Dr David Caldwell), in collaboration with the National Museum of Scotland and the Finlaggan Trust, has been seeking to understand Finlaggan’s extraordinary past – uncovering evidence of this site’s residential, administrative, and ceremonial significance. Drawing on the findings of the Finlaggan Archaeological Project, researchers at the University of St Andrews and Smart History have created a new digital reconstruction of Finlaggan as it may have appeared in the fifteenth century – in the latter phase of its medieval glory days. A full virtual reality version of the reconstruction can be viewed at the Finlaggan Trust Visitor Centre on Islay. To discover more about the Trust and how to visit Finlaggan please go to: finlaggan.org/ Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:04:15 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:27:01 PM
167 Finlaggan ase. The two islands of Eilean Mor (or Large Isle) and Eilean na Comhairle (or Council Isle) on Loch Finlaggan were the site of a major residence of the Lords of the Isles – who governed the Hebrides and parts of mainland Scotland and Ulster. Since the early 1990s, the Finlaggan Archaeological Project (led by Dr David Caldwell), in collaboration with the National Museum of Scotland and the Finlaggan Trust, has been seeking to understand Finlaggan’s extraordinary past – uncovering evidence of this site’s residential, administrative, and ceremonial significance. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:05:18 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:05:18 PM
168 Skye - Jurassic Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:06:19 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:46:26 PM
169 Skye Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:09:00 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:09:00 PM
170 Fethaland Fishing Station - 1890 Using archaeological survey data and PointCloud scan data, we have created an accurate 3D interactive reconstruction of Fethaland fishing station as it would have looked in 1890, this gives a better understanding of the history of this site and presents data in a fun interactive way. The site of this old fishing station is being lost to coastal erosion, and the model is a way of preserving this part of our history, before it is lost to the sea. Fethaland lies within two bays at the northern tip of Northmavine and is the farthest north point of Shetland mainland. Fethaland, has a long history of human settlement, spanning from prehistoric times right up until the twentieth century, when the fishing station, established during the 15th and 16th centuries, became redundant. This haaf (deep-sea) fishing station was at one time the busiest in Shetland, with around 60 boats operating from here. The season was short: from June until August. The workers were accommodated in lodges. These huts were drystone with roofs of wood and turf that were removed at the end of each season to protect them from damage by winter storms. The fish were split open and dried on the pebble beach before being exported to market. From the 17th century herring was also brought ashore and salted. This Virtual Histories Project has been a collaboration between The University of St Andrews, Open Virtual Worlds Group based at School of Computer Science, School of History, and the SCAPE Trust and Shetland Museum & Archive. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:09:53 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:34:25 PM
171 Fethaland Fishing Station Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:11:00 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:11:00 PM
172 St Kilda - 1880 St Kilda was declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1986 for its natural heritage, and extended in 2004 to include its surrounding marine environment and in 2005 to recognise its importance as a cultural landscape. St Kilda is one of the few World Heritage Sites to hold mixed status for its natural and cultural qualities. St Kilda is of Outstanding Universal Value for its exceptional natural beauty and significant habitats. It is unique in the very high bird densities that occur in a relatively small area, linked to its range of complex and varied ecological niches. The complex ecological dynamic in the marine zones is essential to the maintenance of both marine and terrestrial biodiversity. The cultural landscape is an outstanding example of land use resulting from a type of subsistence economy based on the products of birds, agriculture and sheep farming and reflecting age-old traditions. The built structures and field systems, the cleits and the traditional stone houses bear testimony to over two millennia of human occupation in extreme conditions. The National Trust for Scotland owns the archipelago of St Kilda and manages it, in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage, Historic Scotland, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles Council), Ministry of Defense and its agents QinetiQ. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:11:57 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:52:07 PM
173 St Kilda Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:12:50 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:12:50 PM
174 Skriðuklaustur Monastery - 1550 The Skriðuklaustur cloister was the last one to be founded during Iceland’s Catholic period, i.e. shortly before the country’s 16th-century Reformation. It was thus active for less than six decades, and could scarcely be said to have flourished for more than about four decades. The deed of gift is still preserved whereby the couple Sesselja Þorsteinsdóttir and the local sheriff Hallsteinn Þorsteinsson, who lived on the other side of this valley at Víðivellir ytri, donated Skriða farm as the site for a cloister. Although this deed was signed on 8 June 1500, it is considered certain that the cloister was founded sooner, probably in 1493 when Stefán Jónsson, bishop at Skálholt, came on his first visitation to this valley. A legend tells of a 15th-century miracle here in the valley of Fljótsdalur. As was often the case, the Valþjófsstaðir priest rode his horse along the valley in order to attend to a dying parishioner. When he arrived, he discovered that he had lost everything he needed for the last sacrament, Extreme Unction, so a farm boy was sent looking. Following the well-worn trail, he was passing below the farmhouses at Skriða when he noticed the wine chalice standing full of wine on a grassy hummock, with the paten over it holding the bread. This was considered to be a miracle which, according to the legend, was commemorated by building a chapel here, with its altar located where the hummock had been. Somewhat later, the cloister was founded here. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:13:58 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:00:09 PM
175 Skriðuklaustur Monastery Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:15:04 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:15:04 PM
176 Spartan Basilica - 550 The Laconia Acropolis Virtual Archaeology project (LAVA) is a co-operative archaeological learning environment developed to address the need for students to be able to engage with realistic archaeological excavation scenarios. The practice of fieldwork lies at the heart of archaeology yet poses particular problems for the learning of the subject. The opportunities for students to gain real-world fieldwork experience are limited. Even when available the roles that students can play, and responsibilities that they can take, are constrained. The system helps students collaborate in exploring virtual archaeological excavations and facilitates them in constructing an improved understanding of the subject. Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:16:23 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:53:15 PM
177 Spartan Basilica Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:18:09 PM Wednesday 23rd of December 2020 04:18:31 PM
178 Dunscaith Castle - 1300 Our Dunscaith reconstruction is part of an exclusive video ' Skye Story' created for the AROS Centre on Skye. Cupido started 1st of September 2018. The project's overall objective is to develop new business opportunities in the cultural and cultural heritage sector around the North Sea, to reinforce the economic position, competitiveness and social cohesion of local rural communities in areas with a declining population. CUPIDO intends to strengthen a viable and sustainable future economy, based on the social historic role and core qualities and values of the involved regions, cities and local communities. CUPIDO is co-funded by the North Sea Region Programme 2014-2020. The partnership has 14 partners from 7 regions in 6 countries around the North Sea. All in regions with an ageing population, due to both urbanisation and changing demography, and with municipalities that struggle to maintain a basic level of services and common functions. The new approach is to lift forward culture as a driver in local & regional development policies and to explore its potential. Culture in the context of CUPIDO is cultural activities (art, dance, music) as well as cultural heritage. The project's overall objective is to develop new business opportunities in the cultural and cultural heritage sector around the North Sea, to reinforce the economic position, competitiveness and social cohesion of local rural communities in areas with a declining population. The project intends to strengthen a viable and sustainable future economy, based on the social historic role and core qualities and values of the involved regions, cities and local communities. CUPIDO is mainly about the commercialisation of the cultural sector that contributes towards creating vibrant, sustainable rural municipalities/communities that attract people to live, work and enjoy life. The project offers its partners an opportunity to jointly share resources, knowledge and expertise to commercialise the cultural sector. It enables insight into new business approaches, stimulates the development of products and services, and aims at an average of five new start-ups per area and support to existing SME's. Follow CUPIDO in social media #cupidoNSR Thursday 24th of December 2020 01:04:27 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:25:01 PM
179 Dunscaith Castle Thursday 24th of December 2020 01:05:20 PM Thursday 24th of December 2020 01:06:36 PM
180 Viking Dockyard on Skye - 800 On the isle of Skye, archaeologists have discovered evidence of a 12th century Viking dockyard, this is what it may have looked like. This project has been part of CUPIOD, a wider project in conjunction with the AROS Centre, Skye. We have reconstructed various time periods telling the evolution of the Isle of Skye. Full video available to view at the AROS Centre, Portree, Skye, Scotland as part of the 'Skye Story'. Thursday 24th of December 2020 01:07:33 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:54:21 PM
181 Loch na h-Airde - Viking Dockyard on Skye Thursday 24th of December 2020 01:08:21 PM Thursday 24th of December 2020 01:08:21 PM
182 Berwickshire Marine Reserve Tuesday 29th of December 2020 11:53:09 AM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:21:32 PM
183 Berwickshire Marine Reserve Tuesday 29th of December 2020 11:53:54 AM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 11:53:54 AM
184 Dun an Sticir - Iron Age Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:23:30 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:24:43 PM
185 Dun an Sticer Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:24:58 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:24:58 PM
186 Mosfell - 1063 Working with the Mosfell Archaeological Project (MAP) – members of the MAP Project Davide Zori Phd and Professor Jesse Byock. Mosfell is in the region East of Reykjavik, Iceland. In 2007, (Scandinavian Section, and the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, UCLA) was awarded a five-year grant from Arcadia, administered by CMRS, to complete and document the research of the first eleven years of the Mosfell Archaeological Project (MAP), an interdisciplinary research project employing the tools of archaeology, history, anthropology, forensics, environmental sciences, and saga studies. MAP is constructing a comprehensive picture of human habitation and environmental change in the Mosfell region of western Iceland during the Middle Ages. The story of how the archaeological research into the farm at Hrísbrú, which was the home of the Mossfellsdælingar – a powerfull Viking family of leaders, warrioirs, farmers and legal specialists, can be illuminated through the stories found in the later Sagas and other historical writings of the Icelanders. Using the data that was gathered during that time, we have created a 3D reconstruction scale model of the site as it would have been around 1063. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:31:46 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:37:35 PM
187 Mosfell Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:32:27 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:32:27 PM
188 Scone Abbey – 1390 The precise location of Scone Abbey had long remained a mystery, but in July 2007 archaeologists pinpointed the location using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) technology, Scone Abbey’s structure was revealed to be larger than had been imagined and the exact location was found to be in what is now a garden area in front of Scone Palace and Moot Hill. Using the data gathered by archaeologist Oliver O’Grady and working with historical experts Prof Richard Fawcett and Prof Richard Oram we created a 3D virtual model to help us better understand the Scone Abbey site. This reconstruction is part of the larger project entitled ‘Royal Scone: parliament, inauguration and national symbol’. Professor Richard Oram, project leader and Professor of Environmental and Medieval History at the University of Stirling said: “Despite Scone’s importance in Scottish identity and Scotland’s history, there is currently limited understanding of the site, the function of its components, and the nature of the activities undertaken there. This project will assemble a network of researchers in archaeology, architectural history, legal and political history – including representatives from Historic Scotland – to develop a wider and more accurate picture of what royal Scone was like.” In 2007 Dr O’Grady conducted archaeological research on the site of Scone, which revealed most of surviving ground-plan of the medieval abbey church and also the original form of the Moot Hill royal assembly mound and its enclosures. He explains, “This project is a great opportunity to cut through all the myths surrounding Scone and create a new informed account of Scone’s place in our national story and international heritage sites.” Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:39:15 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:03:03 PM
189 Scone Abbey Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:40:09 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 02:40:09 PM
190 Holyrood Palace - 1544 The abbey of Holyrood was founded in the twelfth century. During the late Middle Ages the monastery’s guest house gradually evolved into a royal residence. In the early 1500s King James IV ordered the creation of a new palace next to the original religious buildings. His son, James V (the father of Mary Queen of Scots), continued the building work, creating an impressive Renaissance residence. In May 1544 the English sacked both the palace and abbey. The Earl of Hertford, who commanded the English forces, boasted that he left Holyrood Abbey ‘wholly burnt and desolate’. Designed by the University of St Andrew's spin out company Smart History, Edinburgh 1544 provides a unique window into the capital around the time of the birth of Mary Queen of Scots. The app combines a top down view of 1544 Edinburgh with stereoscopic and 360 degree images to take the visitor on a journey of exploration. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:08:27 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:55:43 PM
191 Holyrood Palace Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:10:05 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:10:05 PM
192 Trinity College - 1544 Trinity College and Hospital was founded by Mary of Gueldres (wife of James II) in the mid-fifteenth century. It functioned both as a community of priests and a shelter for the poor and sick of Edinburgh. The church was meant to be a large Gothic building, but only the choir and transepts were ever completed. The famous Trinity altarpiece by Hugo van der Goes is probably from this church. The Hospital survived the Reformation, but was demolished in the nineteenth century to make way for Waverley Station. Fragments of the church building were reconstructed on a new site as Trinity Apse. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:12:17 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:01:07 PM
193 Trinity College Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:14:35 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:14:35 PM
194 St Giles Kirk - 1544 St Giles’ was the most important church in the burgh of Edinburgh (although it was not a cathedral until the 1630s). In 1544 St Giles’ was still a Catholic Church. It was lavishly decorated with statues and stained glass, and housed the altars of the local craft guilds. The feast day of St Giles (on 1st September) was marked by a religious procession along the Royal Mile. In 1558 Protestant Reformers disrupted the religious festivities, throwing a statue of St Giles to the ground, and smashing it upon the paving stones. Two years later Scotland officially rejected Catholicism, and St Giles’ became a Protestant place of worship. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:16:24 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 05:00:38 PM
195 St Giles Kirk Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:18:07 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:19:14 PM
196 Netherbow Port - 1544 The Netherbow Port was a great gateway controlling access to Edinburgh from the Canongate (then a separate burgh). In May 1544 it was attacked by the English, who blew the gates open with a culverin (a type of cannon with a relatively long-range). The Netherbow was remodelled in the 1570s, and a central tower seems to have been added around this date. The gateway was eventually demolished in the mid-eighteenth-century as it was a hindrance to traffic. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:22:13 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:38:04 PM
197 Netherbow Port Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:22:48 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:22:48 PM
198 Cowgate - 1544 Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:24:08 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:24:26 PM
199 Cowgate Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:24:58 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:24:58 PM
200 West Bow - 1544 The West Bow was a steep z-shaped street which formed the main route between the Royal Mile and the Grassmarket. The narrow road was shadowed by buildings with projecting galleries and overhanging upper storeys. By the early nineteenth-century the properties in the West Bow had fallen on hard times, and in 1829 it was remarked that ‘few will regret their removal, to make room for modern improvements’. Only a few years later much of the West Bow was demolished to make way for the newly created Victoria Street. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:27:10 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:54:47 PM
201 West Bow Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:28:06 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:29:00 PM
202 Grassmarket - 1544 The Grassmarket area is first recorded in the fourteenth century, when it was referred to as ‘the street called Newbygging under the castle’. By the 1470s the area was known as ‘Westirmart’, and seems to have been associated with the sale of timber, hats, and shoes. At the far end of the Grassmarket stood the gateway known as the West Port, which was in existence by at least 1509, and formed the western boundary of the burgh. Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:29:59 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:29:28 PM
203 Grassmarket Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:30:44 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:30:44 PM
204 St Andrews Garden Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:42:48 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:55:22 PM
205 St Andrews Garden Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:44:37 PM Tuesday 29th of December 2020 03:44:37 PM
206 Harlem - 1920 The Virtual Harlem Project is a virtual representation of Harlem, NY as it existed during the 1920s Jazz Age. Created by Dr Bryan Carter @bcmini In 2012, the Virtual Harlem Project was ported to Open Sim. The project is currently housed by us, Open Virtual Worlds @standrewsovw at the University of St. Andrews. Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:04:20 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:33:53 PM
207 Harlem Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:05:35 PM Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:05:35 PM
208 Brora Salt Pans - 16th and 18th century Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:11:00 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:22:30 PM
209 Brora Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:11:34 PM Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:17:16 PM
210 St Andrews Tolbooth - 1565 View St Andrews lost Tolbooth from Market Street Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:20:24 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:59:30 PM
211 St Andrews tolbooth Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:22:16 PM Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:22:16 PM
212 Callanish Site 10 - Neolithic Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:24:16 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:23:05 PM
213 Callanish Site 10 Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:27:32 PM Wednesday 30th of December 2020 04:27:32 PM
214 Linlithgow Palace - 1560 The ruins of Linlithgow Palace are situated in the town of Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland, 15 miles (24 km) west of Edinburgh. The palace was one of the principal residences of the monarchs of Scotland in the 15th and 16th centuries, and the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. Although maintained after Scotland’s monarchs left for England in 1603, the palace was little used, and was burned out in 1746. It is now a visitor attraction in the care of Historic Scotland. An earlier reconstruction of Linlithgow Palace undertaken by Education Scotland and Historic Scotland is now being developed further by ourselves, we have further developed the Palace model and added more detailed terrain data. Wednesday 06th of January 2021 01:49:08 PM Tuesday 23rd of February 2021 04:35:34 PM
215 Linlithgow Palace Wednesday 06th of January 2021 01:49:54 PM Wednesday 06th of January 2021 01:49:54 PM
216 IS5110 2021 Thursday 11th of February 2021 09:02:24 AM Thursday 11th of February 2021 09:02:24 AM