Cape Wrath

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Wrath, Cape,

promontory, Highland, NW Scotland. It is the northwestern extremity of the Scottish mainland. The headland, 368 ft (112 m) high, has a lighthouse.
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At last we were beaten so far to the south that we tossed and tacked to and fro the whole of the ninth day, within sight of Cape Wrath and the wild, rocky coast on either hand of it.
Do you know that Milan in Italy and the whole of France, Belgium, Netherlands and half of Germany is closer to Dover - as the crow flies - than Cape Wrath in north-west Scotland, is to Dover?
Tragedy struck off the Sutherland coast when Mark Elder, 26, landed in the sea north of Cape Wrath.
Tain is also responsible for Cape Wrath Range near the village of Durness.
They will sail past Aberdeen, around Orkney, passing Cape Wrath, then around Skye to south of Tiree before landing on the rocky island of Erraid near Mull.
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On this pilgrimage, he invites us to join him as he zigzags the length of Britain, from Bognor Regis in the south to Cape Wrath in the north.
Cape Wrath is a promontory at the extreme north-west of which country?
Also, does Trefor Davies not know that London is closer to Milan in Italy, than it is to Cape Wrath in north-west Scotland?