Sights & Attractions in Orkney and Shetland Islands
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Bishop's and Earl's Palaces
The Bishop's Palace dates to the 12th century when St. Magnus...
|Castles / Palaces||Kirkwall|
Built in 1855 using stones from the Kergord estate's "cleared"...
|Museums / Galleries||Weisdale|
Broch of Gurness
Gurness Broch, an Iron Age tower built between 500 BC and 200...
Brough of Birsay
A Romanesque church can be seen at the Brough of Birsay, a tidal...
A stone tower on the site of what was originally an Iron Age...
Eshaness and Ronas Hill
About 15 miles north of Brae are the rugged, forbidding cliffs...
This artillery fort was built in 1665 to protect the Sound of...
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