Elgin – Moray – is a town and commercial centre a few miles inland from the port of Lossiemouth on the west coast of Scotland. Elgin is a great place to spend a few days exploring the surrounding countryside and coastline. It is also well know for its many Whisky distilleries. 강남풀싸롱
There is a wide selection of shops, cafes, and restaurants when compared with what’s available in the nearby towns. It has a pedestrianized high street that contains many nineteenth century buildings that tower above the town square. When walking around the area you may also come across some buildings that date back to the thirteenth century.
At one time a castle was constructed on Lady Hill which overlooks the town, but today very little remains of this historical building. It is still worth climbing to the top of the hill for the magnificent vista’s that can be had looking out over Elgin and to the coast.
As proof of Elgin’s past importance there is the ruins of a once majestic cathedral. This was built in 1224 and was often described as the Lantern of the North. At one time it was the second biggest cathedral in all of Scotland. It is still worth a visit as what remains of the original building casts a beautiful impression of times past. There is still an ancient Pictish Cross on the site that predates the cathedral.
Elgin is situated on the main road that connects the larger towns of Inverness and Aberdeen. There is also a rail line that takes passengers to these towns. The main employer in Elgin and the area around is the Royal Air Force; there are bases at both Lossiemouth and Kinross.
There are a number of activities to be had within Elgin. In the evenings there are often shows put on at the local theatre and music venue. For sporting enthusiasts there is a golf course and also a boating lake.