|Scottish Gaelic: Bun Lòchaidh/Poll Lòchaidh|
Munlochy shown within the Highland council area
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Munlochy (pron.: // mən-LOKH-ee; Scottish Gaelic: Bun Lòchaidh/Poll Lòchaidh) is a small village, in northern Scotland, lying at the head of Munlochy Bay (Ob Poll Lòchaidh). There are few early records of a settlement, but it seems likely that Munlochy expanded in the 1760s due to quarry workers extracting stone nearby to build Fort George on the far side of the Moray Firth. 
See also 
- Gorton, John (1833). A topographical dictionary of Great Britain and Ireland: compiled from local information, and the most recent and official authorities 1. Chapman and Hall. p. 95.
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