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Victoria Falls

A forceful waterfall named after Queen Victoria, who visited in 1877, the Victoria Falls lie on the course of Abhainn Garbhaig, a runoff stream from nearby Loch Garbhaig, in the Slattadale Forest of Highland Council Area. Flowing north the stream empties into Loch Maree.

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