Category:Loch Fyne

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Brezhoneg: Loch Fyne zo unan eus loc'hoù Bro-Skos, en arvor kornôk Bro-Skos, e distrig Argyll and Bute, dezhi 65km hed adalek ar Sound of Bute betek ar penn pellañ en douaroù. Stag eo ouzh An Linne Rosach (anv gouezelek Sound of Jura) gant ar c'h-Crinan Canal.
Deutsch: Loch Fyne ist ein ca. 65 km langer Fjord an der Westküste von Argyll and Bute in Schottland. Er mündet in den Sound of Bute nördlich der Insel Arran. Über den Crinan Canal ist er mit dem Sound of Jura verbunden.
English: Loch Fyne (meaning Loch of the Vine or Wine, although there is no evidence for grapes growing there - it was more metaphorical, such as meaning that the River, 'Abhainn Fìnn', was a well respected river) is a sea loch on the west coast of Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It extends 65 kilometres (40 miles) inland from the Sound of Bute, making it the longest of the sea lochs. It is connected to the Sound of Jura by the Crinan Canal.
Français : Le Loch Fyne est un loch marin de la côte ouest d'Argyll and Bute s'étendant sur 65km de long.
Svenska: Loch Fyne är en sjö på den västra kusten av Argyll och Bute i Skottland. Den mynnar 65 kilometer längre in från Sound of Bute, vilket gör den till den längsta sjön. Sjön är sammankopplad med Sound of Jura av Crinan Canal.

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