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Your guide to 2017: Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology

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The Team behind History Scotland and Family Tree magazines are proud to be working alongside Visit Scotland to produce a special guide to the Year of History, Heritage & Archaeology 2017.

The special supplement will be given away FREE with every copy of History Scotland and Family Tree magazine.

Don't miss the guide!
The guide will be given away FREE with the March/April issue of History Scotland – why not subscribe to History Scotland and we'll deliver every issue – and the 2017 guide – direct to your door?

A Visit Scotland spokesperson said: 'Scotland’s history and heritage is what defines the country for many visitors. It is an integral and iconic part of our national brand as well as a major contributor to our economy. From World Heritage Sites to ancient monuments, cultural traditions to our myths, stories and legends, the year will shine a spotlight on Scotland’s greatest assets, as well as our hidden gems.'

Advertising in the 2017 guide
There are many different options for organisations wishing to reach a huge audience of history enthusiasts.
If you are interested in advertising in the guide, which will have a distribution of over 20,000, just click here.

The special A4, full-colour guide will include:

Travel and history guides to notable figures from Scottish history, including:
Bonnie Prince Charlie
Mary Queen of Scots
William Wallace

Fantastic travel guides, including heritage attractions, castles, Scottish Battlefields, World Heritage sites and more

Your guide to the many history, heritage and archaeology events taking place during 2017

An introduction from Professor Sian Jones, Chair in Environmental History & Heritage at University of Stirling

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