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Skara Brae - Orkney Islands, Scotland Never been here, desperate to visit it though

Skara Brae - Orkney Islands, Scotland Never been here, desperate to visit it though

The archaeological site at Jarlshof represents over 4,000 years of continual human habitation. The earliest remains are of Bronze Age buildings from around 2500-2000 BC; Iron Age round houses date from between 200 BC and AD 800; a Viking settlement from the 9th to 14th centuries stands towards the eastern side of the site; and finally the castle, the Laird’s House, stands in the centre of the site and was converted from a medieval farmhouse to a fortified residence in the 1500s.

The archaeological site at Jarlshof represents over 4,000 years of continual human habitation. The earliest remains are of Bronze Age buildings from around 2500-2000 BC; Iron Age round houses date from between 200 BC and AD 800; a Viking settlement from the 9th to 14th centuries stands towards the eastern side of the site; and finally the castle, the Laird’s House, stands in the centre of the site and was converted from a medieval farmhouse to a fortified residence in the 1500s.

Skara Brae, Neolithic settlement on Orkney Islands, Scotland, UK by ynysforgan_jack

Skara Brae, Neolithic settlement on Orkney Islands, Scotland, UK by ynysforgan_jack

Druids Circle (Penmaenmawr) - Megalithic Portal

Druids Circle (Penmaenmawr) - Megalithic Portal

Highland Storm, Glen Coe, Scotland

Highland Storm, Glen Coe, Scotland

Stonehenge...when we were there in 1974 we were able to walk amongst the stones, sit on them and take photos from every angle...what a privilege that was...I don't think you can do that anymore...

Stonehenge...when we were there in 1974 we were able to walk amongst the stones, sit on them and take photos from every angle...what a privilege that was...I don't think you can do that anymore...

Celtic: Men-an-Tol, a small formation of standing stones near the Madron-Morvah road in Cornwall, England. Archaeologists suggest that the three stones are the remains of a Neolithic tomb.

Celtic: Men-an-Tol, a small formation of standing stones near the Madron-Morvah road in Cornwall, England. Archaeologists suggest that the three stones are the remains of a Neolithic tomb.

The Scottish Highlands - Eilean Donan Castle is in a stunning setting and is probably the most photographed castle in Scotland!

The Scottish Highlands - Eilean Donan Castle is in a stunning setting and is probably the most photographed castle in Scotland!

The Kelpies: two 30-meter-tall horse head sculptures near Felkirk, Scotland

Ethereal horses tower over Scottish park

The Kelpies: two 30-meter-tall horse head sculptures near Felkirk, Scotland

Castle overlooking Loch Ness lake, Scotland

Castle overlooking Loch Ness lake, Scotland

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