The Hebrides (pronounced Hibridiz) are divided between the Inner Hebrides, along the coast (Inner Hebrides), and the Outer Hebrides, offshore (Outer Hebrides). The human presence dates back to the Mesolithic period. They were greatly influenced by their successive occupations. The south was part of the Gaelic kingdom of Dal Riata in the 6th and 7th centuries, before the archipelago fell under the Norse influence of the Kingdom of Mann and the Isles, which included all the islands from Man to Shetland between the 9th and 12th centuries. Later incorporated into the Scottish Crown, they were marked by clan struggles and wars of independence, but retained their island characteristics. Today, visitors are ecstatic about their singular and very varied landscapes.

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