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Kisimul Castle

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Kisimul Castle is the only significant surviving medieval castle in the Western Isles

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Colonsay House Garden

Located centrally in the magnificent island of Colonsay, this 30 acre informal woodland garden is famous for the outstanding collection of species and hybrid rhododendrons

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Bannockburn Heritage Centre

The Bannockburn Visitor Centre brings the Wars of Independence to life

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Dolphin Cruises

Dolphin Cruises departs from Inverness harbour out onto the Moray Firth to view the wildlife

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Culloden Battlefield

Culloden Battlefield is an archaeological and historical exhibition

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Victorian Market Arcade

The Victorian Market Arcade in Inverness has a diverse array of independent shops

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Eastgate shopping centre

The Eastgate Shopping Centre is a large retail park in Inverness

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Inverness Castle

Inverness Castle is a dramatic 19th century neo-Norman castle overlooking the Caledonian Canal, built to house the County Hall

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Inverness Cathedral

Inverness St Andrew's Cathedral was first new cathedral in Britain to be completed after the Reformation in 1869

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Cambuskenneth Abbey

Cambuskenneth Abbey, in its day, was a famous house of Augustinian canons, but is now ruined

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