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Historical Sites

The Hebridean Isles of Lewis and Harris are land bridged and it is easy to travel from either Lewis, or Harris to any of the historical sites in a matter of hours. From St. Clements Church in Rodel, Harris to the most northerly Ness Heritage Centre on Lewis, the island is steeped with archaeological sites and places of historical interest.  Here are just a few that we have listed.

Isle of Lewis

The Isle of Lewis has a variety of locations of historical and archaeological interest including:

There are also numerous 'lesser' stone circles and the remains of five further brochs.

Isle of Harris

The following pages can all be found on Virtual Hebrides this site is an amazing resource and treasure trove of photographs and information on all things Hebridean

St Clements Church - Rodel- Isle of Harris   

Amhuinnsuidhe Castle - Isle of Harris

Whaling Station - Isle of Harris 

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