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Inveraray Main Street

The main street of Inveraray has a good mix of touristic and traditional shops. To the left you'll find the "Paymaster's House" from 1773 and the "George Hotel" from 1777. The ground floor was used as a church until the parish church at the end of the road was completed (in 1802). Funny fact: the street divides at its end, surrounding the church to the left and to the right.
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