Scotland

  1. Eilean Siar
  2. Highland
  3. Orkney Islands
  4. Shetland Islands
  5. Moray
  6. Aberdeenshire
  7. Aberdeen City
  8. Argyll & Bute
  9. Perth & Kinross
  10. Angus
  11. Stirling
  12. Dundee City
  13. Fife
  14. North Ayrshire
  15. Inverclyde
  16. West Dunbartonshire
  17. East Dunbartonshire
  18. Falkirk
  19. Renfrewshire
  20. Glasgow City
  21. North Lanarkshire
  22. West Lothian
  23. City of Edinburgh
  24. East Lothian
  25. East Renfrewshire
  26. Midlothian
  27. Clackmannanshire
  28. South Ayrshire
  29. East Ayrshire
  30. South Lanarkshire
  31. Scottish Borders
  32. Dumfries & Galloway
  • Comprising: Scotland
  • Area: 30,090 sq miles
  • Capital: Edinburgh
  • Population: 5.4 million
  • Demonym: Scottish
  • Airports: 38, including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Prestwick, Inverness and Aberdeen
  • Ports, oil terminals and/or dockyards: 10, including Grangemouth, Leith, Aberdeen, Finnart and Rosyth
  • Background: Scotland has been a single country since 843 AD. The country merged with England via the Act of Union in 1707. It attained devolved powers in 1998.