A Glimpse Into Daily Life Of People On The Remotest Island Of Great Britain (19 pics)

Posted in       6 Oct 2016       6740       GALLERY VIEW

Foula is one of Great Britain’s most remote permanently inhabited islands. The island has an area of 4.9 square miles (12.7 km2) and a population of 30 people. Islanders previously made a living from fishing. Today, most islanders are crofters with income from sheep farming and ornithological tourism.


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