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St Michael's Isle

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Location type: Island
Location address: United Kingdom, Malew
Number of texts: 1
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Made by | Reference Jmdesbois | © CC 3.0
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St Michael’s Isle (Manx: Ellan Noo Mael or Ynnys Vaayl), popularly referred to as Fort Island, is an island of the Isle of Man in Malew parish, noted for its attractive ruins. It covers an area of 5.14 hectares (12.7 acres), is about 400 metres (440 yd) long from west to east, and is connected to the Langness Peninsula, Derbyhaven by a narrow causeway. The island itself is made of rocky slate and the soil is very acidic. Nevertheless, it has important communities of maritime plants.

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