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Godred Crovan

Hugh Smith’s letter from Islay

SITUATED close to the main road leading to Kintra in the Kildalton and Oa parish is the standing stone known as the Carragh Bhàn and reputed to mark the burial place of the Norse warrior king Godred Crovan who, it is claimed, died in Islay in 1095.

Carragh Bhàn, standing stone reputed to be the burial place on Norse warrior king Godred Crovan.
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