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10 things to do in Aberdeen

Aberdeen in the northeast port city in Scotland, it lies where Dee and don rivers meet, the city is known as the ‘Granite City’...
facts about aberdeen

25 Amazing Fact about Aberdeen

Fun & Interesting Facts About Aberdeen   The first stern trawler was built in Aberdeen. The local people sometimes speak in a dialect called Doric, They are...
Slain’s Castle

Slain’s Castle

Slain's castle is a ruined castle in Aberseenshire, Scotland, the castle overlooks the North Sea, just 1 kilometer from the east of cruden bay. The...
the Tolbooth Museum

The Tolbooth Museum

The Tolbooth Museum is located in one of the oldest Aberdeen's buildings, the museum has displays of the local history, development of crime and...
Bullers of Buchan

Bullers of Buchan

The Name given to this sea cave is ‘Bullers’ which has two explanation on to why it was named ‘Bullers’ the first one is...
Johnston Gardens

Johnston Gardens

Johnston Gardens is a stunning and peaceful garden park, located in Aberdeen, and has won the Britain in Bloon competition many times, which makes...
Linn O' Dee

Linn O’ Dee

The Linn of Dee is a beautiful place with waterfalls, pine trees and stunning Gothic style bridge that was built in the 1857 and...
Craigievar Castle

Craigievar Castle

Craigievar castle is an iconic tower house it’s one of the best preserved castles in Scotland, the castle is styled in the Baronial style...
St Machar's Cathedral

St Machar’s Cathedral

St Machar’s Cathedral was the seat of the bishop of Aberdeen, around 1131, However the Bishop Nechtan moved from Mortlach to Dufftown. William Wallace in...
Balmedie Beach

Balmedie Country Park

Balmedie is a beach located 5 miles from Aberdeen, it’s a flat and sandy beach and sand dunes on the rear of the beach,...

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