The Shetland’s Lerwick, Where Time Stands Still

Located in the North Sea one hundred fifty miles north of Scotland is the Shetland Islands where modern opportunities and history meet. Most buildings in Lerwick, the major town in the archipelago, are made of local stone and have the appearance of being from a different era. Narrow alleys and streets don’t appear to haveContinue reading “The Shetland’s Lerwick, Where Time Stands Still”