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Rubha Ard Slisneach
Scotland

Rubha Ard Slisneach is a quiet stretch of land along the northern coast of Knoydart, a peninsula of Scotland. This location can only be reached by foot or boat. In the distance you can see the isle of SKye.

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Uploaded: 20/11/2013
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Tags: beach; nature; outdoor; trees; highlands; scotland
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