Q-Aye Scotland facts

Test your knowledge of Scotland with our fascinating and fun facts!


  • In the early 19th century the Caithness cliff top village of Badbea was so windy that the cattle and often children had to be tied down.

  • The largest chunk of ice to fall from the heavens was in Scotland in 1849. During a wild thunderstorm an ice mass, 6m (20ft) long, fell from the sky and narrowly missed a farmhouse near Inverness.

  • The Antonine Wall used to be known as Graham’s Dyke after a Pictish warrior with the unlikely name of Graham.


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