Chiefly and now always with capital initial.... The mountainous region of Scotland, situated to the north and west of a notional line drawn from the Firth of Clyde through Crieff to Blairgowrie, then curving to the north-west around the Cairngorms to Nairn; often associated with Gaelic culture and the Scottish Gaelic language. Frequently used loosely for "the Highlands and Islands" ... [OED]
A surface so diversified necessarily exhibits, within very circumscribed limits, varieties of scenery of the most opposite descriptions; enabling the admirer of nature to pass abruptly from dwelling on the loveliness of an extensive marine or champaign landscape into the deep solitude of an ancient forest, or the dark craggy fastnesses of an alpine ravine.... Lakes and long arms of the sea, either fringed with woods or surrounded with rocky, barren, and mossy shores, now studded with islands, and anon extending their silvery arms into distant receding mountains, are met in every district.... No wonder, then, that this "land of mountain and of flood" should have given birth to the song of the bard, and afforded material for the theme of the sage in all ages.... [Anderson 3-4]
- Kilmartin Church, Argyll
- Inverness Cathedral: Exterior
- Inverness Cathedral: Interior
- Columba Hotel, Ness Walk, Inverness
- Palace Hotel, Ness Walk, Inverness
- Ardross Terrace, Inverness
- (Former) Bishop's Palace, Inverness
- Free North Church, Inverness
- Old High Church, Inverness, additions
- (Former) Rose Street Foundry, Inverness
- Victorian Market, Inverness
- (Former) Falcon Foundry and (New) Mercat Cross, Falcon Square, Inverness
- Inverness Castle
- Town House, Inverness
- The (former) Caledonian Bank, Inverness
- Town Hall, Lerwick, Shetlands
- Invergordon Parish Church, Ross and Cromarty
- Cairngorm Hotel and the Cairngorms, Badenoch and Strathspey
- Statue of Flora Macdonald outside Inverness Castle
- Pulpit in Inverness Cathedral
- Bust of Bishop Eden in Inverness Cathedral
- Tympanum and flanking statues at Inverness Cathedral
- Reredos in Inverness Cathedral
- Cameron Highlanders War Memorial, Inverness
- David in the Wilderness, by William Dyce
- Man of Sorrows, by William Dyce
- Peter Graham (sitemap)
- Colin Hunter (sitemap)
- Christ with Mary Magdalene, stained glass window by Stephen Adam, Kilmore Church, Isle of Mull
- Charity, stained glass window by Stephen Adam, Craigrownie Church, Loch Long
- Glenfinnan Railway Station and the West Highland Railway
- Glenfinnan Signal Box on the West Highland Railway
- Glenfinnan Viaduct, Inverness-shire
- The Caledonian Railway (sitemap)
- The Findhorn Viaduct, Inverness-shire
- Highland Railways (1): Aviemore
- Highland Railways (2): Boat of Garten
- Highland Railways (3): Broomhill
- Bridge of Oich
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