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Area: 78,133 sq km or 48,442 sq miles
Population: 5,114,600
Population Density: 65.5 per sq km.
Capital: Edinburgh Population: 453,400


Scotland's largest city is Glasgow, the third largest in the UK. The administrative boundaries is inhabited by nearly 580,000 people, but the whole metropolitan area has a little over 2 million. Located on the northwest coast of the island, just before the mouth of the River Clyde, once consisted of a strong industrial point on the map of the Kingdom. Glasgow is as Scottish as soon as possible, and every description of this city will also describe the whole of Scotland. Glasgow is a struggle with the difficulties, great opportunities, and the great revival of hospitality. Do not expect the city in the style of Edinburgh. Glasgow is raw, but full of life, and people here are incredibly honest. You do not have long to wait will be charm of this city, which combines the warm, urban noise, wry humor and a lot of energy. The vibrant Glasgow, spread on both sides of the mighty River Clyde, yet until recently did not enjoy the best reputation. Scotland's largest city, at first glance appears to be gray and depressing. As you know, Glasgow is in Scotland. And Scotland, located in the north island of Great Britain, includes the islands of Hebrides, Shetland and Orkney. From the west it is surrounded waters of the Atlantic, while to the east of the North Sea. Scotland's landscape abounds with mountains and highlands. On the north lie the Northwest Highlands and the Grampian Mountains, which is the highest mountain in the country - Ben Nevis (1,343 m), located in the south of Plateau Scottish South Currently Glasgow "puts" on the trade and entertainment, culture, tourism and sports! In 1990 the city was awarded the title European City of Culture, nine years later, the City of Architecture and Style, and in 2003 the City of Sport. Numerous tourists come here you will find the best shopping outside London, extended to parks and museums, most of which entrance is free! In Scotland, the end of October to the end of March spaces duration Western Europe (GMT - Greenwich Mean Time), outside this period tips clocks are moved an hour forward to daylight saving time (BST - British Summer Time). GMT is shifted by one hour back to the time of Polish.

National holidays:

Public holidays and holidays in Scotland - they are different from the rest of the UK. Public holidays are announced by local authorities. Please note that not everyone is entitled to a holiday on a day off from work. Specifies that the contract of employment.

- 1 January - New Year
- second January - Scottish New Year festival
- 25th January - Night Robert Burns - Robert Burns Night (the Burns Supper) is a gala dinner in the whole of Scotland issued Jan. 25, which day is the anniversary of his birth. It is designed to honor the memory of the most famous Scottish poet, by which Scots developed their patriotism since the eighteenth century until now.
- Good Friday
- Easter
- Easter Monday
- 1 May - the feast of Beltaine, Feast of Beltaine, celebrated on 1 May, was one of the two most important festivals associated with the change of seasons, sharing the Celtic year into two separate parts. Name feast consists of two words: bel - bright, shiny and teinne - fire. After that date, began in the summer. The society was the starting point Beltaine: starting from the great gathering on the hill, at which adjudicated disputes, contracts of marriage and accepted service. Traditionally, all outbreaks were extinguished on the eve of Beltaine, that the Druids could light them up again at dawn. The Celts were mainly a pastoral people, and Beltaine season was cast out of cattle on their summer pastures in the foothills. Cattle has been carried out by the sacred fires of Beltaine to clean. It was believed also that the sacred fire brings protection, good fortune and fertility. It was also the time when young Celtic warriors were able to see your ability to fight in competitions. After the hard work of sowing, and the clans gathered together to celebrate the sun, hoping that in the coming months will gather a rich harvest.
• May Day - first Monday in May
• Spring Festival - the last Monday in May
• August Day - first Monday in August
• 30th November - Holy Night. Andrew

Scotland is traditionally a Christian country, belong to this religion declares about 70% of the population. Most Scots (42% in 2005) belongs to the Calvinist Church of Scotland.

Counties in Scotland

Aberdeenshire
Angus
Argyllshire
Ayrshire
Banffshire
Berwickshire
Buteshire
Cromartyshire
Caithness
Clackmannanshire
Dumfriesshire
Dunbartonshire
East Lothian
Fife
Inverness-shire
Kincardineshire
Kinross-shire
Kirkcudbrightshire
Lanarkshire
Midlothian
Morayshire
Nairnshire
Orkney
Peeblesshire
Perthshire
Renfrewshire
Ross-shire
Roxburghshire
Selkirkshire
Shetland
Stirlingshire
Sutherland
West Lothian
Wigtownshire

Useful institutions for workers United Kingdom

Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform - Provides guidance for employers and employees on a wide range of employment matters, including working time and annual leave entitlement.

Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service - Provides independent, up-to-date advice and guidance on employment relations

The National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux

HSE’s Workers - Provides advice about your rights and responsibilities as a worker in GB.

Border and Immigration Agency's requirements for settlement - Help understand the immigration system and what your rights and responsibilities are when you make an application.

Gangmasters Licensing Authority - Authority set up to curb the exploitation of workers in the agriculture, horticulture, shellfish-gathering and associated processing and packaging industries.

Directgov - Access to and information from a wide range of government departments.

Trades Union Congress - Represents people working in Britain.

Department for Children, Schools and Families - Information on funds available for employers to draw on for ESOL provision (where workers are earning less than L15K a year).

UK Income Tax Advice - Multi-lingual information sheet on UK taxes.

Worker Registration Scheme - From 1 May 2004, most nationals of the new member states (except Cyprus and Malta) who wish to work for more than one month for an employer in the UK need to register under the Worker Registration Scheme.

The Migrants Integrated Gateway - Two-way gateway to information, advice and guidance for people wishing to live and work in the expanding UK.

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