Question 1: Sligachan Old Bridge is found on the Isle of Skye—where’s that?
Correct Answer: Scotland
Fact: The Isle of Skye is 639 square miles of dramatic, rugged landscapes, boasting moors and mountains, sheer cliffs, and sparkling lochs. Coastal towns and villages dot the island, the largest and northernmost island of the Inner Hebrides archipelago, off mainland Scotland's west coast.
Question 2: What is the name of the largest town on Skye?
Correct Answer: Portree
Fact: Portree, the charming capital of the Isle of Skye, is a harbor town with a population of around 2,300 residents.
Question 3: Which language is spoken by roughly a third of the Isle of Skye’s residents?
Correct Answer: Gaelic
Fact: As of 2011, there were nearly 60,000 Scottish Gaelic speakers across the country, roughly 1% of Scotland's population over age 3. Of those, more than half are found in the island communities of Skye, the Western Isles, and the Argyll Islands, seen as the Gaelic heartlands.