Scots take over Montmartre streets

The Parisian district of Montmartre took on a distinctly Scottish flavour this weekend as dozens of kilt-wearing Scots paraded the streets to celebrate the ‘Scotland in Montmartre’ festival. Initiatied in 2001, the bi-annual celebration has became a permanent fixture on Montmartre’s cobbled streets attracting tourists and locals alike. This year, it also coincides with the France – Scotland rugby match as part of the six-nations tournament. Continue reading

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