Culloden Battlefield

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The Battle of Culloden was a deadly and failed uprising that resulted in the deaths of around 1,500 to about 2,000. Hundreds of years later, some people happen to notice the gloomy atmosphere still surrounding the open. The ghosts of highlanders are seen here, and, as the anniversary of the battle approaches (April 16th), activity is said to rise.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Culloden Moor
Inverness, Culloden IV2 5EU, United Kingdom

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57.4770232, -4.09301789999995
Nearest Towns:
Dalroy, UK (1.8 mi.)
Allanfearn, UK (2.6 mi.)
Croy, UK (3.5 mi.)
Dalcross, UK (4.2 mi.)
Inshes, UK (4.4 mi.)
Craggie, UK (4.4 mi.)
Inverness, UK (5.3 mi.)
Faillie, UK (5.4 mi.)
Brackley, UK (5.8 mi.)
South Kessock, UK (5.8 mi.)


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