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Marischal College Aberdeen: ‘Granite City’

Aberdeen is an old cathedral city in North East Scotland. Situated on the North Sea coast it stands between the mouths of the Rivers Don and Dee and is the administrative centre of the Grampian Region. Fishing has always been important as has the working of local granite. Other industries included shipbuilding, paper making, textiles, chemicals and engineering. Within the United Kingdom the city’s economy is now largely linked to the North Sea oil industry. ‘The Travellers’ Dictionary’ quotes H.C. Morton, In Search of Scotland, 1929 ... Aberdeen impresses the stranger as a city of granite (...)

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