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Rysa Little is an unspoilt archipelago of Orkney Islands. The area of the island is 32 hectares and the highest elevation is 20 meters above sea level. It is in Scapa Flow near the islands of Hoy and Cava. Between Rysa Little and the island of Fara it came in 1919 to the mass dumping of internees, German warships. Today Rysa Little is uninhabited.
Origin of the name
Rysa Little is Old Norse and means " a heap of stones ."
Auskerry | Burray | Calf of Eday | Cava | Copinsay | Damsay | Eday | Egilsay | Eynhallow | Fara | Faray | Flotta | Gairsay | Graemsay | Holm of Grimbister | Holm of Huip | Holm of Papa | Hoy | Lamb Holm | Linga Holm | Mainland | Muckle Skerry | North Ronaldsay | Papa Stronsay | Papa Westray | Rousay | Rysa Little | Sanday | Shapinsay | South Ronaldsay | Stronsay | Sule Skerry | Sule stack | Switha | Swona | Westray | Wyre
- Uninhabited Island
- Island (Scotland )
- Island ( Europe)
- Island ( North Sea)
- Island of the Orkney Islands