Clickimin Broch

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    Clickimin Broch is a well-preserved prehistoric tower close to Lerwick on mainland Shetland.

    The broch was originally built on an island in a small loch and is approached by a stone causeway. Today the loch is much reduced in size due to drainage and the partially restored building is situated within a walled enclosure. Clickiman has several unusual features for a broch including a blockhouse, between the enclosure entrance and the door of the broch, as well as a stone slab with sculptured footprints.

    Clickimin Broch is maintained by Historic Scotland and is open to the public all year round and admission is free.


     

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