Ross-shire

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Ross-shire
United Kingdom
Ross-shire
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Area: 3,089 square miles
Population: 69,098
County town: Dingwall
County flower: Bog asphodel [1]

Ross-shire is a mountainous county of the Highlands of Scotland, reaching from the Atlantic coast to the North Sea. It includes the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides.

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