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Sunday, 29 July 2012
North Rona Relic
This may appear to be just a pile of stones, but it is probably the third oldest place of worship in the UK. It was built by St Ronan on North Rona, the most isolated of the British off-shore islands ever to be regularly inhabited by a resident population. Something of its sad history is conveyed on a flickr page which features something of the island cemetery.