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The Chapel, Finlaggan, Islay

The remains of the 14th century chapel on Eilean Mor, Loch Finlaggan. It was built by John I, Lord of the Isles. The Chapel was dedicated to St Findlugan, a Monk who came to Scotland in the 6th century. Excavations have shown that there are burials at the site that predate the chapel. Map location.

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