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Neolithic house interior at Skara Brae, Orkney, Scotland.

ORKNEY ISLANDS - SKARA BRAE BY BEACH HIDDEN 5,000 YEARS BY SAND Oh goodness.................

Passageway, Skara Brae, Orkney Islands Saw this on our 2013 trip to Scotland.

Neolithic Orkney was declared a World Heritage Site in 1999. The Orkney World Heritage site is in fact a group of Neolithic monuments that is made up of a large chambered tomb (Maes Howe)

Skara Brae, Orkney Islands in northern Scotland, Neolithic Settlement dating to 3180 BC to 2500 BC

On the coast of #Scotland from @Sarah Smith - another stunning view

Orkney Island - Skara Brae by lazzo51, via Flickr .... Inspiration for all those old stone posts we have lying around ....

Neolithic Pagan stone house at Skara Brae, Scotland.

'Gaelic Viking' (Winter 2012 marlies|dekkers) takes its name from the fearless Viking warriors who set up camp on the Orkney Islands - set between Norway and Scotland. From the Scottish influence comes a bold tartan pattern in purples, blues and greens, printed diagnolly and accented by a traditional Scandinavian appliqué of delicate birch leaves in felt and faux leather.