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Inverness (in Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Nis) is the capital and only city of the Highland Unitary Council in Scotland, United Kingdom. In addition, it is considered and publicized as the capital of the Highlands region. The city of Inverness is unusual because, although there is a real patent from 2001, the city has no established limits.
The city of Inverness is located at the mouth of the Ness River in the Moray Fjord (in English: Moray Firth) and serves as a connection point between various means of transport. The first human establishments in the area date from the sixth century BC. C., and the first village letter, from the 13th century. Near it the battle of Culloden took place, in the 18th century.
Inverness has a population of 51,832 inhabitants (2001 census), and sends representatives to the Holyrood and Westminster Parliaments. Among the multiple sporting and cultural events that the city hosts, it is worth highlighting the Highland games ("Highland Games"), as well as the matches of the Inverness Caledonian Thistle F.C. football team, which plays in the First Division of Scotland.
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Macdonald Drumossie Hotel Inverness ★★★★
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Inverness station (in English: Inverness railway station) is a railway station located in the city of Inverness in Scotland, United Kingdom. Like most UK stations, Inverness is owned by Network Rail. However, it is operated by the First ScotRail that directs most of the services used by the station.
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The Ness River (Scottish Gaelic: Abhainn Nis) is a river approximately 20 km long, which flows from the north of Loch Ness in Scotland (United Kingdom), through Loch Dochfour, northeast of Inverness, with a total fall in height of approximately 16 meters before emptying into Beauly Firth. The river is the origin of the name of Inverness whose name in Scottish Gaelic, Inbhir Nis: Inbhir Nis, means "Boca del Ness".