Summary of The Day: The name Inverness comes from the Scottish Gaelic “Inbhir Nis” meaning the mouth of the River Ness. The Burgh of Inverness was granted a Royal Charter by King David of Scotland in the 12th century and has grown steadily ever since. Inverness is renowned for being the administrative, distribution and cultural centre of Northern Scotland and through the last quarter of the 20th century was one of the fastest growing towns in Western Europe. This was rewarded by Inverness being granted City status at the millennium. The city offers a warm welcome to a lively place with a modern outlook and plenty of things to do and see.
1 - Visitor Information Centre
2 - St Andrews Cathedral
3 - Inverness Leisure
4 - Tomnahurich Bridge
5 - Jacobite Cruises
6 - Torvean Golf Course
7 - Clachnaharry
8 - Post Office
9 - Inverness Bus Station
10 - Bank Street
11 - Ness Bank Church
12 - War Memorial
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