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Isle of Lewis - Bosta

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Uploaded on Dec 2, 2009

Extract from a 60 minute DVD of a visit to the Isle of Lewis in March 2009 called Blackhouse Weekend, containing video taken around the restored thatched blackhouse village of Gearannan, where we stayed - ancient relics like the pictish broch at Dun Carloway, and the Standing Stones at Callanish and a visit to the town of Stornoway and its castle grounds.
The Outer Hebrides are a string of islands sitting remotely on the western edge of Europe, exposed to the full mercy of the Atlantic breakers.
Lewis has been populated for over 5,000 years, and there are many ancient relics to be found on this wonderful haunting island.
This clip is taken at the northwest corner of Great Bernera where an ancient iron age village was exposed when this part of the coast was subjected to the full force of an Atlantic storm in the 90s.
A restored Iron Age house was built in a corner of the site.
Extract from a 60 minute DVD of a visit to the Isle of Lewis in March 2009 called Blackhouse Weekend, containing video taken around the restored thatched blackhouse village of Gearannan, where we stayed - ancient relics like the pictish broch at Dun Carloway, and the Standing Stones at Callanish and a visit to the town of Stornoway and its castle grounds.
The Outer Hebrides are a string of islands sitting remotely on the western edge of Europe, exposed to the full mercy of the Atlantic breakers.
Lewis has been populated for over 5,000 years, and there are many ancient relics to be found on this wonderful haunting island.
This clip is taken at the northwest corner of Great Bernera where an ancient iron age village was exposed when this part of the coast was subjected to the full force of an Atlantic storm in the 90s.
A restored Iron Age house was built in a corner of the site.

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