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A small uninhabited island in Orkney which features a distinctive Italian Chapel, built by prisoners of war during WWII.
The main attraction on this tiny island is the Italian Chapel, built by prisoners of war during WWII in their spare time. The Orkney Wine Company also has a small shop on this island and sells handcrafted fruit wines and liqueurs.
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