Overview

At a Glance

  • Package

    10 nights / 13 games

  • When

    Flexible dates as desired

  • Accommodation

    2 x nights a The Westin Turnberry Resort

    3 x nights at Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa

    2 x nights at Fairmont St Andrews

    1 x night at Carnoustie Golf Hotel

    2 x nights at Malmasison Hotel Glasgow

  • Golf

    (13 games with pull buggy)

    1 x Turnberry Resort (Ailsa)

    1 x Prestwick GC

    1 x Royal Troon GC

    1 x Muirfield

    1 x Gullane GC

    1 x North Berwick GC

    1 x St Andrews Links (Old)

    1 x Kingsbarns Golf Links

    1 x Gleneagles (Kings)

    1 x Carnoustie Golf Links (Championship)

    1 x Royal Aberdeen GC

    1 x Cruden Bay

     

  • Pricing

    Price on application

Itinerary Day-by-Day

Day 1
Flights Arrival into Glasgow Airport and transfer to accommodation. Golf is optional depending on arrival time.
Accommodation
The Westin Turnberry Resort   
The Westin Turnberry Resort,offers sophisticated accommodation, fine dining, world class golf, revitalising spa treatments and thrilling outdoor pursuits in a truly beautiful 800 acre estate.
Day 2
Golf
Turnberry Resort - Ailsa Course (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
The Ailsa course at Turnberry is spectacular, sitting on a perfect piece of links land with the water providing a perfect backdrop. Home to a number of memorable Open Championships, the course has been remodelled providing even more challenge.
Golf
Prestwick Golf Club (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
Prestwick Golf Club is situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain.
Accommodation
The Westin Turnberry Resort   
The Westin Turnberry Resort,offers sophisticated accommodation, fine dining, world class golf, revitalising spa treatments and thrilling outdoor pursuits in a truly beautiful 800 acre estate.
Day 3
Golf
Royal Troon Golf Club - Old Course (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
Royal Troon's Old Course is regarded as one of the great links courses in Scotland. It is a challenging test of golfing ability with the wind to contend with, and deep rough interspersed with gorse and broom.
Accommodation
Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa   
The Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa is at the heart of the East Lothian golfing coast, the hotel overlooks the 16th green of North Berwick's Championship West Links course, which threads along the edge of the Forth of Firth.
Day 4
Golf
Muirfield (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
Muirfield is the home of The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers whose records date back to 1744. Muirfield Golf Course is simply unique with many memories of Open Championships and possessing some of the most memorable holes in golf, Muirfield Golf Course will captivate any player.
Accommodation
Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa   
The Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa is at the heart of the East Lothian golfing coast, the hotel overlooks the 16th green of North Berwick's Championship West Links course, which threads along the edge of the Forth of Firth.
Day 5
Golf
Gullane Golf Club - No. 1 Course (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
The eighteen holes of Gullane No.1 Course were established in 1884. The well maintained greens, links grasses, numerous bunkers and sea breezes make a unique challenge for the serious golfer.
Golf
North Berwick Golf Club (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
North Berwick Golf Club provides a perfect blend of tradition, hospitality and a unique golfing challenge. The course is a true Links, starting in the town centre and stretching west along the shores of the Firth of Forth.
Accommodation
Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa   
The Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa is at the heart of the East Lothian golfing coast, the hotel overlooks the 16th green of North Berwick's Championship West Links course, which threads along the edge of the Forth of Firth.
Day 6
Golf
St Andrews Links - Old Course (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
The Old Course at St Andrews is a must for all avid golfers, who should make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. This is where it all started, the undoubted Home of Golf.
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 7
Golf
Kingsbarns Golf Links (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world's must-play links courses and is currently ranked 65th on Golf Magazines Top 100 World list.
Accommodation
Fairmont St Andrews   
Since opening in the spring of 2001, Fairmont St Andrews has become renowned for its luxury and providing an excellent standard of service.
Day 8
Golf
Gleneagles - Kings Course (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
The King's Course, opened in 1919, has tested the aristocracy of golf, both professional and amateur. James Braid's plan for the King's Course was to test even the best players' shot-making skills over the eighteen holes. When they play the King's the world's greatest golfers admire the cunning and craft with which he achieved that goal.
Golf
Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500s, but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides the same challenge for the modern golfer that confronted players nearly 70 years ago.
Accommodation
Carnoustie Golf Hotel   
Carnoustie Golf Hotel is one of Scotland's premium destinations for guests seeking luxury golfing and leisure facilities. The hotel itself has 75 ensuite bedrooms, providing enviable views over the infamous Championship golf course or the sea.
Day 9
Golf
Royal Aberdeen Golf Club (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is arguably acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation and the inland nine on the plateau.
Accommodation
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow   
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow offers 72 spacious rooms - some with French windows and all individually designed exuding classic contemporary style.
Day 10
Golf
Cruden Bay (18 holes of golf with pull buggy) 
Cruden Bay Golf Course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, a visit to Cruden Bay will be a most memorable one.
Accommodation
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow   
Malmaison Hotel Glasgow offers 72 spacious rooms - some with French windows and all individually designed exuding classic contemporary style.
Day 11
Flights Check out of accommodation and head home dreaming about your next trip.

Golf Courses

Gleneagles - Kings Course

Auchterarder
Perthshire, SCO, PH3 1NF
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Edinburgh & South East

Gleneagles - Kings Course

The King's Course, opened in 1919, has tested the aristocracy of golf, both professional and amateur. James Braid's plan for the King's Course was to test even the best players' shot-making skills over the eighteen holes. When they play the King's the world's greatest golfers admire the cunning and craft with which he achieved that goal.

The King's Course, opened in 1919, is a masterpiece of design, which has tested the aristocracy of golf, both professional and amateur.

James Braid's plan for the King's Course was to test even the best players' shot-making skills over the eighteen holes. When they play the King's the world's greatest golfers admire the cunning and craft with which he achieved that goal.

You find out all about it with your first approach shot. If you have driven straight and long from the tee, you will have what looks like a simple pitch to the elevated green. But you must be sure to select the correct club, because the shot is always a little longer than you think, with the wind over the putting surface often stronger than you can feel it from the fairway. And if you do not make the severely sloping green, a bunker yawns twenty feet below.

Selecting the right club for each approach shot is the secret on the King's. It is certainly one of the most beautiful and exhilarating places to play golf in the world, with the springy moorland turf underfoot, the sweeping views from the tees all around, the rock-faced mountains to the north, the green hills to the south, and the peaks of the Trossachs and Ben Vorlich on the western horizon.

All the holes have evocative and pithy Scots names. For example, the fifth, "Het Girdle" (Hot Pan), is a challenging par 3 with trouble every-where except on the green, while 17th's name, "Warslin' Lea" (Wrestling Ground), reflects the difficulty so many golfers have had with this long, sweeping par 4.

Course Information

Par: 75
ACR:
Length (m): 6790
Architect: James Braid
Design Year: 1919

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Gullane Golf Club - No. 1 Course

Gullane, East Lothian, SCO, EH31 2BB
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Edinburgh & South East

Gullane Golf Club - No. 1 Course

The eighteen holes of Gullane No.1 Course were established in 1884. The well maintained greens, links grasses, numerous bunkers and sea breezes make a unique challenge for the serious golfer.

The eighteen holes of Gullane No.1 Course were established in 1884. The well maintained greens, links grasses, numerous bunkers and sea breezes make a unique challenge for the serious golfer.

The 3rd hole was recently voted one of the top 500 holes in the world by Golf Magazine (USA). The world famous view from the highest point of the Course on the 7th tee across the course and over to Edinburgh, Fife and way beyond is worth the green fee alone.

With every hole having its own distinct character, the course is both memorable and enjoyable.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 5913
Architect:
Design Year: 1884

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Muirfield

Duncur Road
Muirfield, Gullane, East Lothian, SCO, EH31 2EG
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Edinburgh & South East

Muirfield

Muirfield is the home of The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers whose records date back to 1744. Muirfield Golf Course is simply unique with many memories of Open Championships and possessing some of the most memorable holes in golf, Muirfield Golf Course will captivate any player.

Muirfield is the home of The Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers whose records date back to 1744. Muirfield Golf Course is simply unique. Words usually fail to describe how it feels to play the couse. With many memories of Open Championships and possessing some of the most memorable holes in golf, Muirfield Golf Course will captivate any player.

The East Lothian course is regarded by many of the game's top players as being the "fairest" on the rota of courses used by the R&A for the Open Championship.  One of the unusual charms about the Scottish version is that it is laid out in two separate loops, the front nine running clockwise on the outer and the back nine going in the opposite direction on the inner.

Muirfield certainly has a history of producing 'great' champions, the latest being Ernie Els, who lifted the Claret Jug there last year. Jack Nicklaus was also an Open winner here and he was so impressed that he decided to name his own course in Ohio as 'Muirfield Village'.

Course Information

Par: 6616
ACR:
Length (m): 71
Architect: Old Tom Morris
Design Year: 1891

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North Berwick Golf Club

Beach Road
North Berwick, East Lothian, SCO, EH39 4BB
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Edinburgh & South East

North Berwick Golf Club

North Berwick Golf Club provides a perfect blend of tradition, hospitality and a unique golfing challenge. The course is a true Links, starting in the town centre and stretching west along the shores of the Firth of Forth.

North Berwick Golf Club provides a perfect blend of tradition, hospitality and a unique golfing challenge. The course is a true Links, starting in the town centre and stretching west along the shores of the Firth of Forth.

Guests will be as impressed with stunning views over sandy beaches, rocky islands and the hills of Fife to the north, as with a course which features the best of traditional links design.

North Berwick Golf Club, the 13th oldest in the world, has a long and proud history, from staging many of the legendary challenge matches of the 19th Century to hosting major events, including Final Qualifying for the Open Championship, in the 21st.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6041
Architect:
Design Year: 1832

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Machrihanish Golf Club

Campbeltown. Argyll, SCO, PA28 6PT
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Machrihanish Golf Club

Machrihanish Golf Club is situated on the Kintyre Peninsula 140 miles by road from Glasgow. The superior natural 18 hole golf course is well known throughout the world, voted to have "the best opening hole in golf" by golf architects and players and listed in the top 100 golf courses outside the USA by the Golfer's Digest.

Machrihanish Golf Club is situated on the Kintyre Peninsula 140 miles by road from Glasgow. The superior natural 18 hole golf course is well known throughout the world, voted to have "the best opening hole in golf" by golf architects and players and listed in the top 100 golf courses outside the USA by the Golfer's Digest.

Little has been changed to disturb the natural scenic beauty and inspiring challenge of the delightful 18 hole links golf course. The outward nine follow the hills and hollows among the sand dunes, with the stunning clear waters lapping on the sandy beach by the opening hole.

The course, unlike mainland courses, plays differently every day with wind temperatures, strengths and directions changing quickly and regularly affected by the Atlantic currents and the coastal conditions.

The club here is very friendly and welcoming, with visitors returning from around the globe to play this unique course then finish the day watching the stunning sunsets over Islay.

Course Information

Par: 70
ACR:
Length (m): 5858
Architect:
Design Year:

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Prestwick Golf Club

2 Links Road
Prestwick, SCO, KA9 1QG
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Prestwick Golf Club

Prestwick Golf Club is situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain.

Forever remembered as the birthplace of the Open Championship, Prestwick Golf Club has hosted 24 Opens in all, the last one being 1926, after which the crowds were deemed too large.

Prestwick Golf Club is situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain. Prestwick shares it boundaries with Royal Troon and is just 20 minutes from Turnberry, with Open final qualifying courses such as Kilmarnock Barassie, Glasgow Gailes, Western Gailes and Irvine Bogside all within just 5 minutes drive.

Prestwick Golf Club is a relaxed and friendly club that enjoys hosting golfers from all around the World. Visitors are encouraged to use their temporary membership to its full capacity, and enjoy the full lunch in the lavish Dining room or just a snack in the relaxed Cardinal room.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 6158
Architect:
Design Year: 1851

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Royal Troon Golf Club - Old Course

Craigend Road
Troon, Ayrshire, SCO, KA10 6EP
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Royal Troon Golf Club - Old Course

Royal Troon's Old Course is regarded as one of the great links courses in Scotland. It is a challenging test of golfing ability with the wind to contend with, and deep rough interspersed with gorse and broom.

Founded in 1878 by a few enthusiasts Troon Golf Club soon outgrew its purely local reputation. The Old Course today presents a stern golfing examination and in particular the inward half of Royal Troon is widely accepted as the most demanding of any Course on the Championship rota.

One of the great links courses in Scotland, the Old Course is a challenging test of golfing ability. With the wind to contend with, and deep rough interspersed with gorse and broom, accurate shot making is essential. Players should make their scores on the outward nine, as the prevailing north-westerly wind can make the back nine extremely difficult.

 

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR: 74
Length (m): 6537
Architect: Willie Fernie
Design Year: 1878

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Royal Troon Golf Club - Portland Course

Craigend Road
Troon, Ayrshire, SCO, KA10 6EP
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Royal Troon Golf Club - Portland Course

Although a links course, the Portland is a little more sheltered than the Old Course and, of course, shorter. The holes meander through terrain filled with gorse and broom and has a generous helping of Par 3's, five in all. This is tempered however, with four Par 5's, all of which are on the back nine.

The Portland Course at Royal Troon Golf Club came about in June of 1895, though it was called the Relief Course until 1924.

The Portland Course at Royal Troon Golf Club is a links golf course, and it is more sheltered and shorter than the Old Course, with holes that make their way over land covered by gorse and broom and has five par-3 holes.

Save some strength for the back nine on the Portland Course at Royal Troon Golf Club: It has the golf course's par-5 holes - all four of them.

Course Information

Par: 70
ACR:
Length (m): 5240
Architect:
Design Year: 1895

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Turnberry Resort - Ailsa Course

Turnberry, Ayrshire, SCO, KA26 9LT
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Glasgow & South West

Turnberry Resort - Ailsa Course

The Ailsa course at Turnberry is spectacular, sitting on a perfect piece of links land with the water providing a perfect backdrop. Home to a number of memorable Open Championships, the course has been remodelled providing even more challenge.

The most junior of Open venues, the Ailsa course at Turnberry is nevertheless one of the best and toughest challenges in championship golf.

Sited between the magnificent Trump Turnberry Resort and the sea, this great course weaves in and out of spectacular dunes that, with Turnberry lighthouse and Ailsa Craig standing over 1200 foot high out at sea, form great backdrops to all of the holes.

The course has recently undergone an extensive renovation with the changing of a number of holes providing even more excitement along the cliffs. In fact the trio of holes 9, 10, 11 rival if not surpass those at Pebble Beach. The iconic Turnberry lighthouse has been transformed into arguably the world's best halfway house providing amazing views at the end of the 9th hole.

Although stretched to over 7,000 yards for Open Championships, the medal course is not one that demands great power for par but rather more care and attention to detail both off the tee and with the approach shots. This course has seen some of the best exhibitions ever in the game, particularly over its closing holes testing the world's greatest players to their limits.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 5855
Architect: Willie Fernie, McPherson Ebert
Design Year: 1909, 2016

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Cruden Bay

Aulton Road, Cruden Bay,
Peterhead, SCO, AB42 0NN
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Highlands & North East

Cruden Bay

Cruden Bay Golf Course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, a visit to Cruden Bay will be a most memorable one.

Cruden Bay Golf Course creates unique challenges demanding the skills of power, placement and fine judgement upon the discerning golfer. Set against a backdrop of subtly contoured greens and magnificent panoramic views, a visit to Cruden Bay will be a most memorable one.

When you gaze out from Cruden Bay’s splendid clubhouse you are faced with a magnificent panorama of what is one of the finest examples of a traditional Scottish links course.

There before you lies a never-to-be-forgotten test of golf with a rich variety of demanding holes wending their way between towering dunes and knee-high rough. If that is not enough to give you a nightmare then the brooding presence of the ruins of Slains Castle might

Course Information

Par: 70
ACR:
Length (m): 5848
Architect: Old Tom Morris
Design Year: 1899

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Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

Balgownie Links, Links Rd
Aberdeen, SCO, AB23 8AT
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - Highlands & North East

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is arguably acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation and the inland nine on the plateau.

The course runs essentially out and back along the North Sea shore. The outward nine (which is arguably acknowledged as one of the finest in links golf anywhere in the world) cuts its way through some wonderful dune formation and the inland nine on the plateau.

A traditional old Scottish links, it is well bunkered with undulating fairways. It is an excellent balance of holes, strong par 4's, tricky par 3's and two classic par 5's, with the 8th protected by 10 bunkers. The ever changing wind, tight greens and a magnificent finish makes Balgownie a test for the very best.

Course Information

Par: 71
ACR:
Length (m): 5695
Architect: Archie and Robert Simpson
Design Year: 1780

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Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course

Links Parade
Carnoustie, Angus, SCO, DD7 7JE
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

Carnoustie Golf Links - Championship Course

Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500s, but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides the same challenge for the modern golfer that confronted players nearly 70 years ago.

Golf has been played over the links at Carnoustie Golf Links since the 1500’s but the present course came into being in 1850 when it was designed by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. It has had some modificiations since then, however since 1937 it has remained untouched. Carnoustie provides a challenge for the modern golfer which confronted the player nearly 70 years ago.

Given its quality, it is difficult to comprehend why the wonderful links at Carnoustie lay virtually undiscovered for so long and why it took until 1931 for it to host its first British Open. Since then, this great links has hosted the Open on six occasions.

Carnoustie Championship course is now in the finest condition it has ever been. Not only does it offer the ultimate challenge to every golfer but it provides a playing quality second to none.

It will provide you with one of the sternest tests of golf in the world - a relatively flat course, Carnoustie's main defences are from the wind and the two burns that run across the links through out, quietly awaiting the shot that is slightly less than perfect.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6941
Architect: Alan Robertson
Design Year: 1850

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Kingsbarns Golf Links

Kingsbarns, St Andrews, Fife, SCO, KY16 8QD
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

Kingsbarns Golf Links

While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world's must-play links courses and is currently ranked 65th on Golf Magazines Top 100 World list.

While its golf origins date back to 1793, the multi-award-winning Kingsbarns Golf Links only opened in the summer of 2000. It immediately established itself as one of the world’s must-play links courses – debuting at 46th on Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Worldwide list.

Since 2001, Kingsbarns has co-hosted the annual European Tour’s elite Dunhill Links Championship along with the Old Course and Carnoustie. Kingsbarns has become a favourite destination for first-time and returning international and UK golf visitors to St Andrews. This reputation is based on a combination of playability, dramatic seaside location, classic links turf and staff dedicated to personal service.

Designed by Kyle Phillips and Mark Parsinen, every hole on this championship standard course offers inspiring views of the North Sea.

Sir Michael Bonallack, Past Captain and Past Secretary of the R&A said of Kingbarns: "Mere words cannot convey just how extraordinary the place is. It must be seen to be believed. And once seen, it will never be forgotten".

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 7126
Architect: Mark Parsinen and Kyle Phillips
Design Year: 2000

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St Andrews Links - Old Course

West Sands Road
St Andrews, Fife, SCO, KY16 9XL
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland - St. Andrews & East

St Andrews Links - Old Course

The Old Course at St Andrews is a must for all avid golfers, who should make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. This is where it all started, the undoubted Home of Golf.

The Old Course at St Andrews is a must for all avid golfers, who should make the pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. This is where it all started – the undoubted Home of Golf.

This traditional links course is the oldest in the world. Its layout is unique and challenging and the sense of history is overwhelming. To tread the turf of St Andrews, where in the 13th century shepherds played a form of golf, is a marvellous experience. The course is known for its 112 bunkers including one of the most famous in golf, the Road Hole bunker at the 17th hole.

A peculiar feature of the layout of the Old Course is the double greens where the outward and inward holes are cut on the same putting surface. These large greens can mean that golfers may be faced with putts of almost 100 yards.

Course Information

Par: 72
ACR:
Length (m): 6721
Architect:
Design Year:

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