- Skara Brae Prehistoric Village, Scotland
- The neolithic settlement of Skara Brae is a well preserved group of prehistoric houses in Western Europe. Uncovered by a storm in 1850, Skara Brae gives a remarkable picture of life 5,000 years ago, before Stonehenge was built. Skara Brae was inhabited ...
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- Indoor toilet: The oldest known indoor toilet can be found in the wall of a Neolithic village of Skara Brae, Orkney. The sewer system was understandably basic it was between 3200BC and 2200BC after all.
- Cologne celebrates its ancient Roman heritage
- While the people of the Orkney Islands in Scotland - where the stone walls of Skara Brae date back to 3,100 BC - might have something to say about that claim, the reopening of the wall will provide a welcome boost to Cologne's tourism after a series of ...
- What's on Tuesday: Skara Brae reunion
- TRAD. Skara Brae Ionad Cois Locha, Dunlewey, Gweedore, Co Donegal, 8.30pm, €8, 086-6050110.
- Orkney Island's Skara Brae, Scotland
- The unveiling of Skara Brae was a stroke of luck. A fierce storm blew away some of the sand that was covering the site, partially exposing two houses along the Bay of Skaill coastline.
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