The independence supporting Scottish daily newspaper ?The National? is pledging its support to a project to create an Iron Age visitor attraction to rival attractions in other Celtic countries.The Caithness Broch site project has already attracted widespread support online and it?s hoped the momentum will see a visitor centre and spin off further research about the iconic site.The National says:?THE Caithness Broch Project, aimed at bringing the prehistoric legacy of the far north of Scotland to life, has become an internet hit after The National pledged its support and helped to spread the word about its ambitious plans.? (Link): (voir le site) MOFFATTPublic Relations Officer Mannin BranchIssued by: The Mannin branch of the Celtic League.06/11/16 

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