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Mayar

The most southerly hill of the Mounth plateau in Angus, Mayar rises to a height of 928m (3045 feet). The flanks are covered in coniferous forests. Its name originates from either the Gaelic word "m'aighear" meaning "my delight", or "magh" meaning "plain".


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