Staneydale Temple near Bixter is a large Neolithic ruin containing an oval chamber.
Around it are the remains of houses, walls and cairns of the same period.
With over 100 islands, 15 of which are inhabited - Shetland offers something for everyone.
The best known and most studied tsunami from the Norwegian submarine landslides is the Storegga event dated at 8,200BP.
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Lerwick is Shetland's capital - a cosmopolitan and lively town, just as it was in the 17th century, when the Dutch herring fleet was a thriving industry.
The same site provides dates for early Neolithic activity and finds at Scord of Brouster in Walls have been dated to 3400 BC.
This site includes a cluster of six or seven walled fields and three stone circular houses that contains the earliest hoe-blades found so far in Scotland.