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Ronaldsway Airport (IOM) is the airport on the Isle of Man, a British Crown Dependency. Located on the south of the island, this is one of the main gateways to the island and offers daily flights to the United Kingdom, Ireland and Channel Islands.
The grounds of Ronaldsway Airport were first used in 1928 and passenger services were offered in 1933 through a company called Blackpool. In 1936, workers who were digging for the expansion of the Ronaldsway Airport found a mass grave. The grave apparently has the remains of soldiers involved in the Battle of Ronaldsway over 700 years ago, more exactly, in 1275. If you are traveling and you have to spend a few hours around the Ronaldsway Airport, there are a few things to see.
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Top attractions within Ronaldsway Airport
Three Legs of Man is a sculpture placed at the entrance of the Ronaldsway Airport, sculpture dedicated to the symbol of the island - "three legs of Mann". The origin of the triskelion is not exactly know. Historian suppose it is from Sicily, another island associated with this symbol or from the Norse-Gaelic of the 10th century, leaders of the Ronaldsway Airport island at the time.
Calf of Man, very close to the Ronaldsway Airport is separated by the Isle of Man through a stretch of water bearing the name Calf Sound. The place has exactly two inhabitants and its name comes from the word "kalfr" in Old Norse meaning "small island near a larger island". The place is amazing, not to miss if you are around Ronaldsway Airport.
Laxey, a small town near Ronaldsway Airport with a little over 1000 people located in the north of the isle was in the 1800s leader in mining extracting lead and zinc. The economy still relies on mining, because the town is too small to be profitable for possible investors.