Broch of Gurness 10

Broch of Gurness archaeological remains in Orkney constructed with Stromness Flagstone 2000 years ago

Broch of Gurness 10 – A The base part of a house built outside the central broch tower in the archaeological remains of the Iron-Age settlement called Broch of Gurness on West Mainland in Orkney, built with slabs of Stromness Flagstone dating from the Devonian Period about 400 million years ago.

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