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    Auldearn is a small village set east of the River Nairn in the north of the Scottish Highlands.

    Situated just over 2 miles east of Nairn, the village was the scene of the famous battle of Auldearn fought in 1645 on boggy ground where the Royalist forces of the Marquis of Montrose defeated a covenanting force led by Sir John Hurry.

    On top of the castle hill overlooking Auldearn, stands the 17th century white-harled pigeon loft named Boath Dovecote which is now looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.

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