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Culloden Battlefied, Inverness, Scotland

This afternoon, I am posting information on Culloden Battlefield in the Highlands of Scotland.

Culloden (Drumossie Moor) lies a few miles east of Inverness. It was here, on April 16th 1746, that occurred the last battle on British soil. This battle represented the culmination of a series of military adventures starting with the 1690 Battle of the Boyne in Ireland driven by the House of Stuart to reclaim the thrones of Scotland and England which were vacated in 1688 when King James II of England ( James VII of Scotland) was forced into exile by the Protestant establishment owing to his Roman Catholic leanings.

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Hugh Miller’s Cottage, Cromarty, Scotland

This evening, I am posting information on Cromarty, a delightful and historic coastal village some 23 miles north of Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland. Summary facts and information on Cromarty:

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This morning, I collected gusts from Lodgings in Glasgow’s West End and proceeded as follows:

  • First, a one hour drive north to Stirling Castle, one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions. Here we visited all the key aspects including Great Hall, Kitchens, Chapel Royal, Royal Apartments and the Weaving Room. Latter is where a tapestry is being made following traditional processes.

Royal Palace, Stirling Castle

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