‘Fionn mac Cumhail’. Here lies the legendary giant/warrior in Irish and Scottish mythology. He was said to be the leader of the Fianna - bands of young roving hunter-warriors, as well as being a seer and poet - but he’s probably most famous for his role in creating the Giant's Causeway in Ireland. There’s stories across Ireland and Scotland as to where his final resting place lies, and one of these places is said to be Tomnahurich hill in Inverness, where he rests alongside the Fianna, in wait of the day when the land is in need of them to fight once again.

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