Thursday, 6 March 2008


…de la BBC:

Seven Caithness councillors have asked Highland Council not to make bilingual English/Gaelic road signs compulsory in the area.
They argue the language is not a significant part of the far north's cultures and the signs would be a waste of money.

Place names in the area have links with the Norse, who archaeologists have said were once active in the area...

1 comment:

Damon Lord said...

Nu, cxu ili havus la sxildojn en la Pict-a aux en la Norn-a anstatauxe?