Rockliffe & Mote of Mark

Rockliffe & Mote of Mark - Panoramics
The Mote of Mark is a low boss of granite rising from forty-five metres above the eastern shore of Rough Firth, where the Urr Water enters the Solway, between the villages of Kippford and Rockcliffe. It is also the site of a 5th century hillfort possibily taking its name from Mark, King of Dumnonia, who features in the tragic story of Tristan and Isolde.

Isolation - Mono


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