Culloden Moor

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Cul·lo·den Moor

 (kə-lŏd′n, -lôd′n)
A moor in northern Scotland east of Inverness. It was the site of the final defeat of the Highland Jacobites by English forces (April 16, 1746).
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More recent historical landmarks include the haunt- ing expanse of Culloden Moor -- location of the battle, or massacre -- of Culloden that put paid to the Jacobite ris- ing of 1745, wiping out huge numbers of Highland men in the process.
Others have reported hearing the cries of wounded soldiers at Culloden Moor in Inverness, the site of the Battle of Culloden in 1746.
He's as Invernesian as the River Ness, Culloden Moor and Johnny Foxes.
When George Osborne wears a lounge suit while warning about financial stability, the IMF warns Britain about a housing bubble and Scotland votes to reverse the verdict of the Battle of Culloden Moor, I am nervous about sterling's risk-reward calculus.
8 CULLODEN MOOR, near Inverness ON APRIL 16, 1746 the last ever battle to take place on British soil was fought on Culloden Moor.
Frightfully" good experiences include a visit to some of the most haunted locations in the UK, including Glamis Castle, Forfar, where King Malcolm II was murdered and Culloden Moor, near Inverness, the site of the tragic end to the Jacobite Rising of 1745.
Two Gordon setter littermates were named Culloden Moor for the final battle between the Scots and English in 1745 and Brigadoon, a musical play in a Scottish setting.
A typical cruise includes a visit to Culloden Moor, scene of the last great battle on British soil in 1746, which marked the fall of the Jacobite rebellion.
We know now that the April 1746 battle at Culloden Moor shattered the power of the Highland clans and ended the Jacobite rising.
They screened "Culloden," a grim 1964 docudrama about the last battle fought on British soil, on Culloden Moor itself at 1 p.
1746: Flora MacDonald helped Bonnie Prince Charlie escape to the Isle of Skye after his defeat at Culloden Moor.