In 2007, I travelled to the Orkney Isles with my young son who was then ten years old. We visited the little Italian Chapel on the islet of Lamb Holm, which was built by Italian prisoners of war in the 1940s. My stepfather was stationed here for his National Service in the early fifties. It is a remarkable piece of work. Every feature is lovingly made out of whatever was available to the Italian men. The building is an old Nissen hut.
Visit to the Italian Chapel on Orkney
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I've travelled widely and have had many adventures in my life. I am a full-time mathematics and physics tutor and have worked in Southern Africa, Asia and Europe. I've travelled widely in Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Oman, Georgia and Malawi. View all posts by Alan E