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TITLE
Floral Display, Drumnadrochit
EXTERNAL ID
HC_INV_FLORALDISPLAYS_001
PLACENAME
Drumnadrochit
DISTRICT
Aird
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Urquhart and Glenmoriston
DATE OF IMAGE
August 1998
PERIOD
1990s
CREATOR
Gunard Libeks
SOURCE
The Highland Council
ASSET ID
13469
KEYWORDS
floral displays
flowers
village
Loch Ness
Floral Display, Drumnadrochit

This photograph shows the floral display of Urquhart Castle in the centre of the village of Drumnadrochit. Drumnadrochit won the 'Beautiful Scotland in Bloom, Small Village Trophy' in 1997 and 2002.

The village is situated at the head of Urquhart Bay, on the western shores of Loch Ness. From the mid-nineteenth century onwards, steamers called in at nearby Temple Pier to off-load tourists visiting the area. Today, Drumnadrochit is still a favourite spot for tourists, especially those interested in the Loch Ness Monster. For walkers, the 'Great Glen Way', a 73-mile-long distance path from Fort William to Inverness, passes through Drumnadrochit

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Floral Display, Drumnadrochit

INVERNESS: Urquhart and Glenmoriston

1990s

floral displays; flowers; village; Loch Ness

The Highland Council

Highland Council: Inverness Area (1990s)

This photograph shows the floral display of Urquhart Castle in the centre of the village of Drumnadrochit. Drumnadrochit won the 'Beautiful Scotland in Bloom, Small Village Trophy' in 1997 and 2002.<br /> <br /> The village is situated at the head of Urquhart Bay, on the western shores of Loch Ness. From the mid-nineteenth century onwards, steamers called in at nearby Temple Pier to off-load tourists visiting the area. Today, Drumnadrochit is still a favourite spot for tourists, especially those interested in the Loch Ness Monster. For walkers, the 'Great Glen Way', a 73-mile-long distance path from Fort William to Inverness, passes through Drumnadrochit