For the history nerds Skara Brea is a prehistoric village on the Orkney island of Mainland dating back to around 2500 BCE. This place is epic in terms of archeology and is the most well preserved European Neolithic village. If I ever come into money this will the first stop in my haunted/historical British Isles tour but until such time I honor the ancient Orkneyites (Orkneyans?) with this shameless name appropriation.
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