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Hebrides Dalam dan Luar

Hebrides (/ˈhɛbrdz/; Gaelik Skotlandia: Innse Gall; Norse Lama: Suðreyjar) meliputi kepulauan luas dan beragam di lepas pesisir barat daratan utama Skotlandia. Terdapat dua kelompok utama: Hebrides Dalam dan Luar. Kepulauan tersebut memiliki sejarah panjang pendudukan yang bermula pada zaman Mesolitikum, dan budaya para penduduknya terpengaruh oleh pengaruh Keltik, Norse, dan bangsa-bangsa pemakai bahasa Inggris. Keragamannya terefleksi dalam nama-nama yang diberikan untuk pulau-pulau tersebut, yang berasa; dari bahasa yang dipakai disana sejak zaman pra-sejarah.

Berbagai artis mendapatkan inspirasi dari pengalaman Hebrides mereka. Saat ini, ekonomi kepulauan tersebut terbagi pada crofting, perikanan, pariwisata, industri minyak, dan energi terbarukan.

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