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MacPhail Monument

Located at a road junction in Strathcoil, at the head of Loch Spelve on the east coast of Mull in the Inner Hebrides, the MacPhail Monument takes the form of a square rubble tower and commemorates the Gaelic poet Dugald MacPhail (1818-87), who was born here. MacPhail wrote the so-called Mull National Anthem, An t-Eilean Muileach, an exile's song written while he was in Newcastle.


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