In 1921 this Victorian building was the location for the first meeting of the Council of Ministers outside of London. The market cross at the base encloses the Clach-na-Cuddain (bucket stone) where women carrying water who worked on the banks ofLoch Ness would sit their buckets for a rest. The saying goes that while the stone is there, Inverness will flourish.
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