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For the island of the Orkney Islands, see Category:Sanday, Orkney Islands.
Sanday, Inner Hebrides 
island in Scotland
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Instance oftidal island
Part ofInner Hebrides
Location Highland, Scottish Highlands, 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
Located in or next to body of waterAtlantic Ocean
Located on terrain featureSea of the Hebrides
Area
  • 1.84 km²
Elevation above sea level
  • 59 m
57° 03′ 00″ N, 6° 28′ 54.12″ W
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Sanday (fr); Sanday Island (sv); Sanday i Indre Hebridane (nn); Sandaigh (gd); Sanday (nl); Сандей (ru); Sanday (pl); Sanday (ca); Sanday (nb); Sandaigh, Comhairle na Gáidhealtachd (ga); Sanday, Inner Hebrides (en); 桑迪島 (zh); Sanday, Highland (ceb) island in Scotland (en); Binnen-Hebriden (nl)

Sanday (Scottish Gaelic: Sandaigh) is one of the Small Isles, in the Scottish Inner Hebrides. It is a tidal island linked to its larger neighbour, Canna, via sandbanks at low tide, and also connected to the larger island by a bridge. Canna and Sanday form a single community, and are usually described as Canna.

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