Blog page 31



                                               

Picsel

Picsel was a company and technology founded in Glasgow, Scotland and its trademark and innovations were used to develop products for handheld devices such as mobile phones and tablets. The founders and original team of Picsel produced award-winni ...

                                               

PODFather

PODFather Ltd. is a privately held software company based in Edinburgh, Scotland. It develops electronic Proof of Delivery systems for the logistics, field service, healthcare and construction industries.

                                               

Lang Ayre

The Lang Ayre is a beach on the west side of Ronas Hill, Northmavine, Shetland. At 1 kilometre in length it is the archipelagos longest. It is accessed either by a long walk from the top of Collafirth Hill down the Burn of Monius, or by sea. The ...

                                               

Cathedrals in Scotland by denomination

                                               

Former cathedrals in Scotland

                                               

Listed cathedrals in Scotland

                                               

List of churches in Scotland

                                               

List of collegiate churches in Scotland

Bothwell Parish is the only Collegiate church where worship is still held. It is thought that the first Collegium of canons with its own chapel was formed in St. Andrews in the 13th century, and it is thought that by the Reformation there were mo ...

                                               

List of Scottish Episcopal churches

This is a list of churches in the Scottish Episcopal Church organised by dedication. For lists organised by diocese, see the pages for the individual dioceses.

                                               

Magdalen Chapel, Edinburgh

The Magdalen Chapel is a 16th century chapel on Cowgate in the Old Town of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is designated as a Category A listed building.

                                               

Telford Parliamentary church

Telford Parliamentary church also known as the Telford Kirks is a presbyterian church in Scotland built with money voted from the parliament of the United Kingdom as a result of the Church of Scotland Act 1824 for a grant of £50000, designed by t ...

                                               

Churches in Scotland by denomination

                                               

Collegiate churches in Scotland

                                               

Scotland church templates

                                               

Sandstone churches in Scotland

                                               

Gothic Revival church buildings in Scotland

                                               

Listed churches in Scotland

                                               

Churches in Aberdeenshire

                                               

Churches in Angus

                                               

Churches in Argyll and Bute

                                               

Churches in Clackmannanshire

                                               

Churches in Dumfries and Galloway

                                               

Churches in East Lothian

                                               

Churches in East Renfrewshire

                                               

Churches in Fife

                                               

Churches in Highland (council area)

                                               

Churches in Inverclyde

                                               

Churches in Midlothian

                                               

Churches in Moray

                                               

Churches in North Ayrshire

                                               

Churches in Perth and Kinross

                                               

Churches in Renfrewshire

                                               

Churches in the Scottish Borders

                                               

Churches in South Ayrshire

                                               

Churches in South Lanarkshire

                                               

Churches in Stirling (council area)

                                               

Churches in West Dunbartonshire

                                               

Churches in West Lothian

                                               

Girvan

Girvan is a burgh in Carrick, South Ayrshire, Scotland. Girvan is situated on the east coast of the Firth of Clyde, with a population of about 6.700. It lies 21 miles south of Ayr, and 29 miles north of Stranraer, the main ferry port from Scotlan ...

                                               

Kinghorn

Kinghorn ; Scottish Gaelic: Ceann Gronna) is a town and parish in Fife, Scotland. A seaside resort with two beaches, Kinghorn Beach and Pettycur Bay, plus a fishing port, it stands on the north shore of the Firth of Forth, opposite Edinburgh. Acc ...

                                               

Saltcoats

Saltcoats is a small town on the west coast of North Ayrshire, Scotland. The name is derived from the towns earliest industry when salt was harvested from the sea water of the Firth of Clyde, carried out in small cottages along the shore. It is p ...

                                               

Roman walls in Scotland

                                               

Transport in Peeblesshire

                                               

Bridges in Scotland

                                               

Bus stations in Scotland

                                               

Piers in Scotland

                                               

Railway depots in Scotland

                                               

Railway stations in Scotland

                                               

Dava Way

The Dava Way is a 38-kilometre long-distance path that mostly follows the route of the former Highland Railway between Grantown and Forres. The railway line, built as a route between Inverness and Perth, opened in 1863 and closed in 1965. The rou ...

                                               

Deeside Way

The Deeside Way is a 66-kilometre trail that follows, in part, the bed of the former Deeside Railway. The trail leads along the north bank of the River Dee from Aberdeen to Ballater in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Free and no ads
no need to download or install

Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

online intellectual game →