Lewis, The Marshy Island in the Outer Hebrides

The Isle of Lewis forms the northern expanse of Lewis and Harris, covering approximately 1,790 square kilometres (683 square miles) and holds around 75% of the population of the Outer Hebrides. In modern Gaelic the island is called Leodhas, which is likely to derive from… [click to read more]

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