Sound of Jura

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Buteshire, Scotland, KA27 8HH, United Kingdom

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Description Sound of Jura

The Sound of Jura (Scottish Gaelic: An Linne Rosach) is a strait in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is one of the several Sounds of Scotland.
It is to the east of the Isle of Jura and to the west of Knapdale, part of a peninsula of the Scottish mainland. The Crinan Canal's west exit is also in the Sound of Jura. Lochs that lead to the sound include Loch Sween, and Loch Caolisport.
The north end is particularly treacherous, being filled with skerries, small islands, strong tidal currents and whirlp

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