In what country did the kilt originate?

Answer The kilt originated in Scotland. The earliest types of the formal kilt known today were developed in the 17th century and were originally a form of dress reserved for men from the Highlands of Scot... Read More »

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Where did the kilt originate?

Kilts are found primarily in Scotland. They were originally invented as noble attire by the Celts. The exact place that the kilt was first made is lost to history, but one can safely assume that it... Read More »

In which country did the fax originate in?

The inventor of the fax machine is Alexander Bain, who was Scottish by birth. Bain was a clockmaker and inventor, and patented the first telegraph facsimile machine on May 27, 1843, while living in... Read More »

Which country did "pasta" originate from?

*Some have attributed the innovation of dried pasta, in the form of long thin noodles we use today (spaghetti) to the Arabs who populated Southern Italy (i.e. Sicily) around the 12th Century. Prior... Read More »

In which country did BIC pens originate?

BIC pens were developed and introduced in France in 1950. According to the official BIC website, the pens were the invention of Marcel Bich, and the name of the pen is a shortened version of Bich's... Read More »