Boats pulled up at the side of the Loch of Harray, Mainland, Orkney Islands.

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Boats pulled up at the side of the Loch of Harray, Mainland, Orkney Islands.
Diarmid Weir / Alamy Stock Photo
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The Loch of Harray is the largest loch of Mainland Orkney, Scotland and is named for the parish of Harray. It lies immediately north of the Loch of Stenness and is close to the World Heritage neolithic sites of the Stones of Stenness and Ring of Brodgar. In Old Norse its name was Heraðvatn
Location: Loch of Harray, Mainland, Orkney Islands, Scotland, UK