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  1. Kirkwall - Wikipedia

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    Kirkwall Harbour can be seen in The Highlands and Islands – A Royal Tour, a 1973 documentary about Prince Charles' visit to the Highlands and Islands, directed by Oscar Marzaroli. Scottish film-maker Margaret Tait was born in Kirkwall, and many of her films (in particular the Aspects of Kirkwall series) are set there.

    • 3.63 km² (1.40 sq mi)
    • 9,293 (2011 Census)
  2. Kirkwall Airport - Wikipedia

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    Kirkwall Airport (IATA: KOI, ICAO: EGPA) is the main airport serving Orkney in Scotland. It is located 2.5 NM (4.6 km; 2.9 mi) southeast of Kirkwall [1] and is owned by Highlands and Islands Airports Limited .

    • 58 ft / 18 m
    • 63,113
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  4. Kirkwall – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Kirkwall (em gaélico escocês: Baile na h-Eaglais, em scots, Kirkwaa) é a cidade principal e capital do arquipélago das Ilhas Órcades, ao norte da Escócia. Fica situada na Ilha de Mainland. O nome Kirkwall deriva do norueguês Kirkjuvagr (« vão da igreja »), deformado em Kirkvoe e Kirkwaa. A catedral de São Magno

  5. Kirkwall Ba game - Wikipedia

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    The Kirkwall Ba Game (also spelled The ba') is one of the main annual events held in the town of Kirkwall, in Orkney, Scotland. It is one of a number of Ba Games played in the streets of towns around Scotland; these are examples of traditional football games which are still played in towns in the United Kingdom and worldwide.

  6. Mainland, Orkney - Wikipedia

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    Kirkwall, the capital city of the islands, is on the isthmus between west Mainland and east Mainland, which historically enabled it to have highly active harbours facing in two directions for the southern and northern Orkney Islands; the southern one, Scapa Flow, is a large, calm and immediately ocean-accessible natural harbour.

    • 52,325 hectares (202 sq mi)
    • 17,162
    • Mid Hill 271 metres (889 ft)
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  7. Kirkwall – Wikipedia

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    Kirkwall är den största orten och residensstad på Orkneyöarna norr om Skottlands fastland. Folkmängden uppgår till cirka 7 000 invånare. Folkmängden uppgår till cirka 7 000 invånare. Staden nämndes första gången i Sagan om Orkneyöarna år 1046 .

  8. Kirkwaa - Wikipedia

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    Situatit on the northren coast o Mainland Orkney an wi a population o aboot 9,000, Kirkwall is a port wi ferry services tae Aiberdeen an Lerwick, as well as the principal north islands in the group.

  9. St Magnus Cathedral - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the cathedral in the Faroe Islands, see Magnus Cathedral. St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall dominates the skyline of Kirkwall, the main town of Orkney, a group of islands off the north coast of mainland Scotland.

  10. Kirkwall – Wikipédia

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    A Wikipédiából, a szabad enciklopédiából Kirkwall (skót gael nyelven Bàgh na h-Eaglaise) az Orkney-szigetek legnagyobb városa és fővárosa, Skócia északi partjainál. A város első írásos említése 1046 -ból, az Orkneyinga sagában található.

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