Trondra (Shetland)

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Black and white view looking down at the flat, grassy island of Trondra from the Hill of Easterhoull.
1962
  • Photograph:J Peterson

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Shetland Group

Shetland is one of Scotland’s 32 unitary council areas.

It is an archipelago of approximately 100 islands to the North-East of mainland Scotland. Of these, only 15 are inhabited. The largest, Mainland, is third-largest Scottish island and the fifth-largest of the British Isles. Lerwick is the area’s administrative centre.

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