This particular place blew me away. Yes it was windy but the actual history that we were viewing was absolutely amazing. I feel privileged that we were able to see it.
Jarlshof is a historical site of Prehistoric and Norse Settlement on Shetland. In 1890 fierce storms exposed structures which had been hidden under layers of earth. The settlement is close to the sea and the winds during the fierce storms meant the waves washed over the shore and exposed the layers of settlement.
The careful placement of stones to create the structures such as the broch.
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