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Sites for or about artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organisations. Subjects may include theatre, fine and visual arts, music, literature, and architecture.
Birsay is a parish in the north-west corner of The Mainland of Orkney.
Burray is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands. It lies to the east of Scapa Flow and is one of the chain of islands which are linked by the causeways called the Churchill Barriers.

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Sites covering the business and economic activities of the Orkney Islands, including listings of companies and industries.
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Includes local educational institutions, programmes and opportunities; as well as other location specific educational resources.
Flotta is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands. It lies in Scapa Flow, is known for its large oil terminal and is linked by ferry to Houton on the Orkney Mainland and Lyness and Longhope on Hoy.
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This category includes the web sites of the various government departments, boards and agencies.
Holm is a parish on Mainland, Orkney and should not be confused with the many Orkney Islands with "holm" in their name.
Hoy is the second largest of the Orkney Islands and is home to the impressive and famous sea stack, the Old Man of Hoy.
Kirkwall is the capital of Orkney and is situated on the northern coast of Mainland. It is a port with ferry services to Aberdeen and Lerwick, as well as the principal north islands in the group.
North Ronaldsay is the northernmost of the Orkney Islands and Hollandstoun at the south of the island is the largest settlement.
Orphir is a parish and settlement in Mainland, Orkney. It lies about nine miles south west of Kirkwall.
Papa Westray, also known as Papay, is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands and at 3½ square miles is the tenth largest.
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This category includes sites about hobbies, sports and participatory recreational activities specific to the Orkney Islands; including local recreation organisations, services, facilities and events. Businesses selling sporting or recreational goods are listed within Orkney_Islands/Business_and_Economy
Rousay is a small, hilly island about 2 miles north of Orkney's Mainland which it is separated from by the Eynhallow Sound.
Sanday is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands and is the third largest. The main centres of population are Lady Village and Kettletoft.
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This category includes sites about the Orkney Islands' geography, natural environment and wildlife. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.
Shapinsay is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands and is connected to the Orkney Mainland by car ferry. Balfour is the only village on the island.
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Sites that reflect the make up of the Orkney Islands' community. This includes religious, civic, and historical sites, as well as personal pages pertaining to the Orkney Islands.
South Ronaldsay is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands and is the fourth largest. It is linked to the Orkney Mainland by the Churchill Barriers, running via Burray, Glimps Holm and Lamb Holm.
Stenness is a village and parish on Mainland, Orkney and should not be confused with the Isle of Stenness which is one of the Shetland Islands.
Stromness is the second-largest town in Orkney and is located in the south-west of Mainland.
Stronsay and the small adjoining island of Papa Stronsay are inhabited Orkney Islands.
St Ola is a parish on Mainland, Orkney and is situated in the centre of the island.
If your site pertains to a particular place in the Orkney Islands which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted there.
This category includes sites providing area transport resources for those travelling to and from, and within the Orkney Islands.
If your site pertains to a particular place in the Orkney Islands which has it''s own category, then your site should be submitted there.
This category includes sites for area attractions and resources for those travelling in the Orkney Islands, including tourist guides and accommodation.
Westray is one of the inhabited Orkney Islands and is the sixth largest.
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