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History Scotland quiz - Scottish islands

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Test your knowledge of Scotland's islands with our History Scotland quiz.

Q1. Where is Eilan Glas Lighthouse?

Q2. In what year was the island of St Kilda abandoned?

Q3. On which island can you find ‘the Singing Sands’?

Q4. Where on Mull does the ferry from Oban land?

Q5.  On which island is Prince Charlie’s Cave?

Q6. What sport can you play at Arinagour on Coll?

Q7. On which island is the Clan Donald Centre?

Q8. The Thrushel Stone is the largest single stone in Scotland. Where is it?

Q9. What is the man-made landmark on the Butt of Lewis?

Q10. What is the most northerly island of Orkney?

HOW WELL DID YOU DO? CLICK HERE FOR THE SCOTTISH ISLANDS QUIZ ANSWERS.

Questions taken from The Scottish Quiz Book published by Waverley Publishing at £5.99 – a collection of 3,000 thematically arranged questions covering all aspects of Scotland’s life.

Find out more about Scotland's islands on the following pages:

The evacuation of St Kilda

Ten ancient sites on the Orkney Isles

Isle of Skye Ferries Interview

Island archaeology











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