On this website of Leith, Scotland’s historic
oldest port, you can discover more about its significance
through time and the many momentous visitors to the area.
There’s also an old map of Leith and ideas for guided walks
around the area, so you can discover the port for yourself.
This unique historical village on the east coast of Scotland
is the birthplace of St Mungo, the patron saint of Glasgow
and this website captures the character and rich history of
Culross well. You can take a tour through the cobbled streets
of the village in the photo-gallery, find out about the local
history, places to visit and events happening in the area.
Visitors to the website can also contribute to an online gallery
with their own pictures of this living museum.
WINE TRADE http://www.history-of-wine.com/html/historicalimpact.html
If reading about the wine trade in Leith has
made you thirsty for more history of the humble grape, this
extensive well presented site will guide you through the significant
time periods and locations of the wine trade.
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