St Kilda - Hirta- Western Isles - Outer Hebrides
The village of Hirta - St Kilda, or the remains of a village, is of great historical value. You can see restored cottages, church and the school where the St Kildans resided until their evacuation in 1930
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St Kilda - All That Remains Above Sea After Volcano 60 million Years Ago!
This group of islands are all that remains above the sea of a large volcano thought to have been active 60 million years ago. The underlying rocks which are granite, gabbro and dolerite, have been eroded by ice, rain and sea to form an impressive coastline of the four main islands and offshore stacs. Stac an Armin, being 191 metres is the highest sea stac in the British Isles
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