The old castle on the Hunan side of Nice named the small town after it. The Scottish Canal beside it has a wharf for regular boat trips to Lake Nice. The area of the old castle is not very large, and it is not as magnificent as the castle on the Northwest coast. It is more in line with the living atmosphere of the town. The huge greenbelt along the river here still makes people feel comfortable if there is the sun.
Augustus Castle, located in the south of Nice Lake, is the most popular tourist attraction. Originally a government garrison, it became the headquarters of General George Wade when he built the road in the early 18th century. Today Augustus is well-ordered and picturesque. The ancient Class 5 lock on the canal is a famous sight.
Speaking of Scotland, is it familiar and unfamiliar that Scottish men wear skirts, Scotch whiskey, Scottish Black-faced sheep? Can it suddenly come to mind that there is not much about Scotland? Let's first look at Scotland's geographical location, well, as one of Britain's kingdoms, in the north of Great Britain?
Passing through the town of Las and Lake Romon, the backyard of each family in the town is a beautiful scenery. Swans are also swimming on the lake. There is a sculpture at the gate of the Military Museum in the castle. It looks like Stalin to me. It's actually a Scottish soldier. Looking at the castle, the city is in sight.