Category:River Farrar

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The River Farrar is a river in the Highlands of Scotland. It begins at the confluence of the Uisge Misgeach and the Garbh-uisge, which flows out of Loch Monar. It flows along Glen Strathfarrar, then joins with the River Glass near the village of Struy, from there the combined river is known as the River Beauly.

River Farrar 
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river in the United Kingdom
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Instance ofriver
LocationScotland, United Kingdom
Mouth of the watercourse
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57° 24′ 00″ N, 4° 48′ 00″ W

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