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United Kingdom (shaded relief map)

"Caledonia" is an old name for Scotland, used mostly in poetry. As you can see from this relief map, much of Scotland is covered in mountains, the origin of the term "highland."

Map depicting the British Isles on a shaded relief map. Railroads, cities, and roads are marked.
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United States Central Intelligence Agency. United Kingdom. [Washington, D.C.: Central Intelligence Agency, 1987] Map.

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