True-colour satellite image of southern Scotland

True-colour satellite image of southern Scotland

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Caption: Southern Scotland. True-colour satellite image of southern Scotland, including the cities of Glasgow (at centre left) and Edinburgh (at right). North is at top. Edinburgh (Scotland's capital city) and Glasgow lie in an area known as the Central Lowlands; this is the most densely- populated area of the country. Hilly areas (brown) include the Grampian Mountains in the northwest and the Southern Uplands in the south. Agricult- ural areas appear as a patchwork of fields in the lowlands. The Firth of Forth (at right) and the Firth of Clyde (at far left) are sea inlets, whilst Loch Lomond (at top left) is a lake. Image taken by the Landsat-5 satellite.

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