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Isle of Raasay

Inner Hebrides

Located between Skye and the mainland, Raasay, ‘Isle of the Roe Deer’, is relatively low-lying in the north and mountainous in the south, rising to 1,453 feet (443 m) on central Dun Caan. Visited by Boswell and Johnson in 1773, the island is most famous as the birthplace of Scottish Renaissance poet Sorley MacLean. The main village is Inverarish.

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