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Making up the northernmost part of Great Britain, Scotland occupies an area of 78,772 square kilometres and is home to 5.2 million people. Despite its official union with England and Wales in 1707, Scotland always maintained an independent national identity and with the election of a Labour government in 1997, the dream of an independent Scotland began to seem less remote. The Labour government has already granted limited Scottish devolution. The highlands of Scotland are home to Britain’s highest mountains and to its most popular skiing area. Inexpressively beautiful, the highlands are one of Europe’s last great wildernesses. Characterized by towering mountains, mysterious lochs, windswept moors and fragrant heather, it is a place to go to feel the wind in your hair and to experience nature at its powerful best. Climb Ben Nevis, visit Scotland’s most famous glen - Glencoe - or go in search of the Loch Ness Monster.