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Carnac Point, Inverness
Scotland

Carnac Point, in South Kessock, Inverness, Scotland. A small navigation light tower is situated on the point, which extends out into the Beauly Firth.

To the south-east of Carnac Point the River Ness empties out into the firth, with Inverness Marina just to the south. Across the water to the north-east is the Kessock Bridge. The prominent hills nearby are Craig Phadrig to the south-west, and Ord Hill to the north.

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Tags: inverness; carnac point; beauly firth; river ness; scotland; kessock bridge; navigation light tower
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