The Great Polish Map of Scotland is a large (50 m x 40 m) three-dimensional, outdoor concrete scale model of Scotland, located in the grounds of the Barony Castle Hotel, outside the village of Eddleston near Peebles in the Scottish Borders.
It is also known as the Mapa Scotland (derived from Polish mapa Szkocji) or the Barony Map. The brainchild of Polish war veteran Jan Tomasik, it was built between 1974 and 1979 and is claimed to be the world’s largest terrain relief model.
The Polish-Scottish Heritage aims to promote a greater awareness of Poland and Scotland’s shared heritage.
Production, camera, edit: Robert Motyka, Paweł Nuckowski
Production assistant: Piotr Motyka