The East Lothian is one of 32 administrative divisions of Scotland. East Lothian is frontier town of Edinburgh and Midlothian in the west and Scottish Borders in the south. The main city is Musselburgh but the place chief is however Haddington.
East Lothian was a county until 1975, sometimes called under the English name of Haddingtonshire until 1921.
DistrictOf a surface of 679 km ², East Lothian is the 18th area of Scotland by its size and 22e by its population (91 580 inhabitants in 2004). The political party in place is the Workers party with at its head Anne Picking.
Cities and villages
- Aberlady, Athelstaneford, Auldhame
- Ballencrieff, Bolton, Broxburn
- Dirleton, Dunbar , Drem
- East Fortune, East Saltoun, East Linton, Elphinstone
- Gifford, Gullane
- Haddington , Huntington, Humbie
- Macmerry, Musselburgh
- North Berwick
- Pencaitland, Port Seton, Prestonpans
- Wallyford, West Barns, Whitecraig
Places of interest
- Aberlady Bay
- Low Rock'n'roll
- Dirleton Castle
- Gullane Bents
- Hopetoun Monument
- Lennoxlove Historic house
- Longniddry Bents
- Museum off Flight, East Fortune
- Preston Mill
- Scottish Seabird Centers, North Berwick
- Tantallon Castle
- Chesters Hill Fort
- Torness Nuclear Power Station
- Traprain Law
- Arthur Balfour, 1st British minister of 1902 to 1905.
- John Muir, founder of the American national parks, born with Dunbar.
- Geography of Scotland
- East Lothian Council
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