Mid Street, Clachnaharry
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Mid Street, Clachnaharry

A former fishing village on The Aird peninsula, Highland Council Area, Clachnaharry lies 2 miles (3 km) west of Inverness on the south shore of the Beauly Firth. The village is said to derive its name from the 'watchman's stone' which refers to nearby rocks used as a look out post by the townsfolk of Inverness. A monument here commemorates a battle between the Clan Munro and the Clan Hattan in 1387.

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