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Mount Suilven (731 metres), in the Scottish Highlands, seen from the south at dusk in winter. Suilven, made of layers of Old Red Sandstone, is an example of a type of mountain called an inselberg. It is part of the North West Highlands Geopark, which was designated by UNESCO in 2004. Geoparks are designated for the scientific importance of their geological features.
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