Where is Middle-Earth?
We just found it in...SCOTLAND!
The sky high mountains, green fields, mysterious legends, and ancient castles are all here. There is no place in Scotland where you can't find adventure. Of coarse, there is city throughout the country, but the rural areas are breathtaking. They don't have any crazy complicated language you have to learn because it is just English. There's slang terms in Scotland just like we have in America, but it's known as Scot's Tongue. In the modern areas you don't actually see men walking around in their kilts(man skirts), but at some special sermonizes such as traditional weddings and Empire Day. Scotland is known for not just their crazy foods and castles, but they are also known for legends and myths. Haven't you heard of the Loch Ness Monster and a werewolf also known as a Wulver. Like I said, there is no place here where you can't find adventure.
But why is Scotland like Middle-Earth?
Fingal's Cave, Staffa
Look's just like Smeagal's creepy lake.
Hirta, St. Kilda
Look's just like The Hill. That's where Bilbo lives.
They look just like how I imagine the Misty Mountains.
My Counter Claim
P.S. The picture above is where they filmed Bilbo's hole in New Zealand for the movies!