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    Italian Chapel - 505 Miles
    The Italian Chapel was built by Italian prisoners of war captured in Africa during World War II. Th…Similar
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    Dingieshowe Beach - 506 Miles
    A sandy beach backed by sand dunes and the road which connects Deerness to the Mainland of Orkney.…Similar
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    Mull Head - 509 Miles
    Coastal grassland heath and sea cliffs, colonised by hundreds of seabirds. There is a small colony …Similar
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    Earls Bu - 509 Miles
    The Earls Bu is the name for the foundations of ancient buildings, which may be an Earls residence …Similar
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    Roving Eye Trips - 510 Miles
    Explore the sunken German High Seas Fleet without getting your feet wet and see birds and seals too…Similar
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    Hobbister - 510 Miles
    This reserve is a magical mixture of land and sea, from sea cliffs to saltmarsh, from moorland to s…Similar
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    Scapa Beach - 511 Miles
    There is a small 1 km (0.62 miles) sandy beach which is sheltered by low grassy cliffs and situated…Similar
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    A tour of this renowned distillery is a wonderful way in which to learn more about the history and …Similar
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    A 25 metre, indoor pool.Similar
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    Inside the Bishops Palace - imagining the momentous event that took place there in December 1263 wh…Similar
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    Orkney Museum - 512 Miles
    The Orkney Museum tells the story of Orkney, from the Stone Age, to the Picts and Vikings, right th…Similar
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    The Museum came about because of the love of wireless sets of its founder, the late Jim MacDonald. …Similar
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    Grain Earth House - 513 Miles
    A well-built Iron Age earth house of underground chamber supported on stone pillars.Similar
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    A fine Neolithic chambered cairn with three concentric walls and a burial chamber with three large …Similar
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    Pier Arts Centre - 513 Miles
    The Pier Arts Centre in Orkney was established in 1979 to provide a home for an important collectio…Similar
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    A 25 metre, indoor pool which has fun sessions which include Stepping Stones, Inflatables and Water…Similar
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    A good example of an Orkney earth house, like that of Grain Earth House.Similar
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    A low mound covering a Neolithic chambered tomb with four cells. Contained the bones of men, dogs a…Similar
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    Barnhouse Stone - 515 Miles
    Barnhouse Stone near Maeshowe on Orkney. Standing just over three metres tall (10 ft).Similar
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    A mound covering a stone burial chamber divided by slabs into five compartments. Of Neolithic date.Similar
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    Tormiston Mill - 515 Miles
    An excellent late example of a Scottish watermill. It was probably built in the 1880s. The waterwhe…Similar
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    Maeshowe is the finest chambered tomb in north-west Europe and more than 5000 years old. It was bro…Similar
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    Stones of Stenness - 515 Miles
    The Stones of Stenness and the Ring of Brodgar are two of Britains best-preserved prehistoric monum…Similar
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    Ring of Brogdar - 516 Miles
    The Ring of Brodgar Stone is a spectacular stone. The ring is surrounded by a large circular ditch …Similar
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    Corrigall Farm Museum - 517 Miles
    Opened to the public in 1980, Corrigall Farm Museum is a traditional but and ben house. It portrays…Similar
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