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Cromarty Scotland

From Brodie Castle we drove through Inverness to Cromarty, situated at the end of the beautiful A832. From here, you can enjoy beautoful views across the Cromarty Firth. The town is over 700 years old. Its most famous inhabitant is Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty in the mid-17th century. He was a true eccentric, claiming to be able to trace his ancestry back to Adam and Eve. He also invented an universal language, and he wrote several books on mathematics.
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