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The Scottish Crannog Centre (SC)
After 17 years of underwater excavations in the Scottish lochs, in 1997 the ScottishCentre opened its doors at Loch Tay near Kenmore, in the Central Highlands. It is a good mix of , visitor attraction, an indoor room as well as an outdoor area and finally an activity area used both by tourists and school children.
The exhibition room explains with original finds, videos and large drawings about underwater , the excavations at the 2,500 year old Oakbank Crannog, the history of the of the present crannog and of course about the daily life back then.
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