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Loch Fyne(Fine)is a sea loch on the west coast of Argyll and Bute,Scotland.It extens 65 km inland from the Sound of Bute,making it the longest of the sea loch it is connected to the Sound of Jura by Crinon Canal.Loch Fyne is a popular area for sport diving and fishing.It also a popular tourist destination with attractions suc as Inveraray Castle and nearby ruins of Castle MacEvan and Castle Lachlan.
Dolphins,seals and otters inhabit the loch,and basking sharks can be found in its waters duiring the summer months.A Ross's Gull was present at the loch in early 2007.Over half a million troops were trained in amphibious landing techniques on the shores of Loch Fyne prior to D-day landings.
The Bridge was designed by Robert Mylne between 1772-76,replacing the earlier 'King's Bridge' built in 1758-59 by John Adam but swept away in 1772.
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İskoça göllerinin çoğunun kıyıları, başlangıçta kirlilik gibi algılanan, yoğun sarı-kahverengi yosunlarla kaplıydı.Gezi boyunca gördüğümüz en güzel ve hala sahipleri tarafından kullanılmakta olan Inveraray Şatosunu gezmek amacıyla bu bölgeye geldik,çevrede en güzel manzara bu 250 yaşındaki taş köprü civarıydı.

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