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February 12, 2006

Inverness

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Inverness

St Andrews Cathedral in Inverness, viewed from the bridge.
Inverness is often called the “capital of the highlands” and is indeed very strategically situated if you want to explore the heart of Scotland.
The river you see on the picture is the Ness.

2 Responses to “Inverness”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    nice photo

  2. Rabbi Mctosh Says:

    Och Hi the noo. Ya picture is a wee cracker

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