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Bostadh beach

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Bostadh beach

The beach at Bostadh, Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, where an Iron Age (or possibly Pictish) settlement was excavated in 1996 following its discovery after a serious storm. It was re-covered by sand to preserve it. A replica Iron Age house matching those now buried is sited nearby.

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Tagged: , beach , Bostadh , Isle of Lewis , archeology , Iron age , house , building , settlement , Pict , Pictish , sand , sheashore , Scotland , Outer Hebrides

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