|Caption||John O'Groats. Illustration showing (from top to bottom): map; the stacks of Duncansby at Duncasnby Head, Caithness; Dunnet Head, the most northerly point of mainland Britain; the Castle of Mey; the eight sons of Jan de Groot enjoying a good argument at table, while their father, after whom John O'Groats is named, looks on; Viking invaders; and examples of wildlife in the area. Original artwork for illustration on p7 of Look and Learn issue no 449 (22 August 1970).|
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|Keywords||John O'Groats Duncansby Dunnet Head Castle of Mey Vikings wild cat stag deer golden eaglet pine marten|
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