Listed Buildings in Scotland

Listed Buildings In Scotland

This is a list of Category A listed buildings in Scotland, which are among the listed buildings of the United Kingdom.

The organization of the lists in this series is on the same basis as the statutory register. County names are those used in the register, and in the case of Scotland in most cases they parallel the current administrative areas.

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