Many people might have known the name of Argyll, the isle in Scotland. That is because this place has a lot of nice spots where many people can simply travel and enjoy all of the nice things that Argyll offers. Unfortunately, there are simple facts about this place that many people have missed. Here are some of those things. For the start, there are not many people who realized that Argyll used to be an independence and stand-alone country. It is true that nowadays Argyll is known as one part of Scotland, but in the past, Argyll was a country of its own. The history of this country was quite complicated so that only few people who understand the real history of this small country on the western part of Scotland.
The second thing is that more than two third of the population of Argyll lives near the coastal line, at least less than a mile from the coast. It is true that Argyll has a quite nice and long coastline, but the fact that up to 73 percents of its population lives less than one kilometer is something quite unique. It is like most of those people prefer to have that kind of condition rather than the busy street and city as their place to live. The next one is that the number of inhabited islands in Argyll is quite high. Since Argyll is an aisle, there are quite a lot of islands that you can find in Argyll. For your information, the latest data that was taken in 2012 said that Argyll has more than 20 islands that are inhabited even though the size of the island is quite big, not that small so that people will not want to live in there.
The last one is the fact that there are a lot of train stations in Argyll but the most favorite transportation is the ferry. This one is surely one thing affected by the fact that Argyll is an aisle. That means ferry is quite important mass transportation. However, the fact that there are 14 railway stations in Argyll supposed to help to spread the focus of the mass transportation even better. However, there are more people who prefer to have the ferry as their main transportation rather than the trains that the government offered. So, have you known all of those information about mentioned above?