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The Mull of Galloway is the craggy punctuation point that brings the Rhins of Galloway to an abrupt end. This is Scotland's most southerly place and as the viewpoint indicator at the highest point shows, Skiddaw in the English Lake District is visible 68 miles due east of here, while Snaefell on the Isle of Man can be seen 31 miles to the south east. On a really clear day you can even see Snowdon, 133 miles to the south in Wales. (more...)
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