Which Is the Most Northerly Mainland UK Town?

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Dunnet Head in Caithness, Scotland is the most northerly mainland UK town. The most interesting feature in this town is a lighthouse, Dunnet Head Lighthouse, that was built by Robert Stevenson in the 1830s. Other attractions include a fantastic view of the Orkney and Stroma islands, buildings near the lighthouse that were built during the war and John O'Groats town which is also considered as a northerly mainland town.
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In the UK and the Great Britain mainland, the most northerly place is Dunnet Head, also referred to as Easter head. Dunnet Head is a location in Caithness, Scotland ...
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