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Inverclyde is one of Scotland's 32 administrative divisions and was formerly part of the traditional county of Renfrewshire.

The name Inverclyde is derived from the baronetcy of Inverclyde (1897), given to Sir John Burns and his heirs.

Inverclyde borders Argyll and Bute to the north, West Dunbartonshire to the east, and North Ayrshire and Renfrewshire to the south. Covering 160 km², Inverclyde is the 29th largest administrative division and the 27th largest by population.

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