When do scottish wear kilts?

the Scots wear the kilts 2 festivals and 2 battle. the Scots didn't wear the kilts 2 battle back in the early days. I hope that answered your question!!!!!!!

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What are some traditions and customs associated with Christmas?

Christmas dinner family gets together gift giving

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What are some customs and traditions of Italy?

Some customs and traditions of Italy are catholism, olive oil, fascism, pasta, gold and fruit trees/ vines everywhere. Also a very traditional Christmas day. Also, building a ceppo ( a sort of a Italian Christmas tree also known as the tree of light) near Christmas time is a past time. Having a f...

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What are the customs and traditions in Scotland?

The country of Scotland had many customs and traditions. A few are bagpipes, highland dancing, tartans, Hogmanay festival, New Year's resolutions, and the Cowal Highland Gathering.

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What is Scotlands flag?

The Saint Andrew's Cross or more commonly, The Saltire is the national flag of scotland. It has a white cross and a blue background. There is a second flag which is associated with Scotland, the "Rampant Lion", or Royal Flag of Scotland. It has a yellow background with a red lion on front.

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What clothes did Macbeth wear?

If we are talking about the 11th century King of Scotland, he would likely have worn a knee-length tunic, probably with sleeves attached. In battle, chainmail was worn over a padded leather shirt. For formal occasions and as king, a floor-length gown would be worn over the tunic. If we are talkin...

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How long have the Scotts been wearing kilts?

Since the middle-ages. Also, it's 'Scots' not Scotts.'

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Where can you hire kilts from?

You can hire a kilt at Slaters they are all over the UK and a have a really good rep.

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What is hogmanay and where is it celebrated?

Hogmanay is the celebration of the new year. It is actually December 31st. This celebration is mainly found in Scotland and Viking heritage enriched countries.

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