A-Z of Scotland

A-Z of Questions on Scotland, Simply surnames for people NOT accepted as it doesn't begin with same letter as answer, some tricky questions but hopefully enjoyable. Please let me know if you have better suggestions for some letters
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Last updated: April 3, 2017
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A
Invented telephone
Alexander Graham Bell
B
Town is UFO Capital of world
Bonnybridge
C
Scotland has over 3000 of these
Castles
D
One of 6 cities
Dundee
E
Has an old and new town
Edinburgh
F
Edinburgh was first city in world to have this
Fire Brigade
G
Invented this sport
Golf
H
Is home to the world's tallest ____
Hedge
I
Scottish Drink
Irn Bru
J
Football was originally banned by this King
James I
K
National Dress, Scottish __
Kilts
L
The Bonnie Banks o' ___ ____
Loch Lomond
M
Deepest Loch is Loch___
Morar
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N
11% of all __ prizes have gone to a scottish person
Nobel
O
Aberdeen is associated with this industry
Oil
P
Bird(can be found on bass rock)
Puffin
Q
Mary, __of Scots
Queen
R
Nickname 'Bravheart' was given to this person
Robert the Bruce
S
One of it's official languages
Scots/Scottish Gaelic
T
Longest River
Tay
U
National Animal
Unicorn
V
 
 
W
Drink associated with scotland(although invented in China)
Whisky
X
 
 
Y
 
 
Z
Postcode letters covering shetland islands
ZE
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Level 70
Apr 2, 2017
Answers for v,x,y are currently those letters(sorry), will fix upon actual words for them
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Level 71
Apr 3, 2017
Braveheart was a movie about William Wallace, not Robert the Bruce.

Also, as a Scot, I can promise you that whisky is spelled thus. Whiskey means the Irish product of the same name.

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Level 70
Apr 3, 2017
Incorrect braveheart may have been a movie about William Wallace but the actual nickname was given to Robert the Bruce.

My mistake about whisky, will fix it