Mousa Broch's Website
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Iron Age broch tower
The finest surviving Iron Age broch tower. It stands to a height of over 13.3 metres.
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Some child-friendly days out around Mousa Broch
A five'sided artillery fort with bastions projecting from each corner...
Jarlshof Prehistoric And Norse Settlement
Historic settlement that provides insight into life in the late Bronze Age, Iron Age, Pictish era, Norse era and the Middle Ages...
A fine castellated mansion...
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