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Aberdeen is Scotland's third most populous city, one of Scotland's 32 local government council areas and the United Kingdom's 37th most populous built-up area, with an official population estimate of 196,670 for the city of Aberdeen and 228,800 for the local authority area. Nicknames include the Granite City, the Grey City and the Silver City with the Golden Sands. During the mid-18th to mid-20th centuries, Aberdeen's buildings incorporated locally quarried grey granite, which can sparkle like silver because of its high mica content. Since the discovery of North Sea oil in the 1970s, Aberdeen has been known as the off-shore oil capital of Europe. The area around Aberdeen has been settled since at least 8,000 years ago, when prehistoric villages lay around the mouths of the rivers Dee and Don. The city has a long, sandy coastline and a marine climate, the latter resulting in chilly summers and mild winters.

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Provost Skene's House

Guest Row, AB10 1AS
Sir George Skene was Provost of the city of Aberdeen in Scotland from 1676 to 1685. Today he is most famous and widely known not for his time as Provost, but for his house, which is a tourist attraction in Aberdeen.
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Pittodrie Stadium

Pittodrie Stadium, commonly referred to as Pittodrie, is an all-seater stadium in Aberdeen, Scotland. Used primarily for football, it has been the home ground of Scottish Professional Football League club Aberdeen F.C. since they were formed in 1903. Prior to then, the ground hosted the original Aberdeen F.C. from 1899 until the merger that created the present club. With a seating capacity of 20,866; Pittodrie is the fourth largest stadium in the SPFL and the largest stadium in Scotland outside the Central Belt. Pittodrie has been the location of a number of firsts in the field of stadium design, including the invention of the dugout, and in 1978 became one of the first all-seater stadia in the United Kingdom.As of November 2017, Pittodrie has hosted fifteen matches involving the Scotland national team.
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Going Out

Aberdeen Arts Centre

33 King Street, AB24 5AA
A theatre used mainly by the smaller, more experimental groups. The venue also organises workshops.
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Johnston Gardens

Aberdeen, AB15 7XE, Aberdeen City, UK
Johnston Gardens is a small public garden in Aberdeen, Scotland. The garden has won the Britain in Bloom competition many times. The gardens are full with flowers and shrubbery which sole purpose is for aesthetics. This is a very popular place for wedding photographs to be taken.
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Seaton Park

Seaton Park is a public park in the Old Aberdeen area of Aberdeen, Scotland. One of the city's biggest parks, it was bought by the city for use as a public park in 1947 from Major Hay.The River Don passes along the edge of the park. There is a beautiful flower bed area that is maintained to a high standard with new flowers planted every year, and also a secluded set of walled gardens next to a small housing mews called Seaton Stables. The park is often used as a cut through from the University of Aberdeen students to get from campus to Hillhead Halls of Residence, in spite of warnings from University authorities to be cautious due to the lack of street lighting.Aberdeen Football Club often train on the grass pitches in the park. Part of the park has been turned into a wetland area to manage the tendency to flooding.
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William Wallace Statue

The William Wallace Statue was erected 1888 in Aberdeen, Scotland, and depicts Sir William Wallace. Sculpted by William Grant Stevenson, the statue is positioned opposite His Majesty's Theatre and across from Union Terrace Gardens. "It was paid for with funds left for the purpose by John Steill of 38 Grange Road in Edinburgh, the son of James Steill sometime of Easter Baldowrie in Angus." It is a category B listed building. The statue bears this inscription: I tell you a truth, liberty is the best of all things, my son, never live under any slavish bond.
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University of Aberdeen

The University of Aberdeen,, is a public research university in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is an ancient university founded in 1495 when William Elphinstone, Bishop of Aberdeen, petitioned Pope Alexander VI on behalf of James IV, King of Scots to establish King's College, making it Scotland's third-oldest university and the fifth-oldest in the English-speaking world. The university as it is comprised today was formed in 1860 by a merger between King's College and Marischal College, a second university founded in 1593 as a Protestant alternative to the former.
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Aberdeen Town House

Broad St, Aberdeen AB10 1LP, UK
Today’s Neo-Gothic Town House built in the 1870s incorporates elements of the previous design, offering splendid interior decorations.
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Aberdeen International Airport

Aberdeen Airport Dyce Aberdeen Scotland AB21 7DU United Kingdom
Aberdeen International Airport is an international airport, located at Dyce, a suburb of Aberdeen, Scotland, approximately 5 nautical miles northwest of Aberdeen city centre. A total of just under 3.1 million passengers used the airport in 2017, an increase of 4.6% compared with 2016.The airport is owned and operated by AGS Airports which also owns and operates Glasgow and Southampton airports. It was previously owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings.Aberdeen Airport is a base for Eastern Airways, Flybe, Flybmi and Loganair. The airport also serves as the main heliport for the Scottish offshore oil industry. With the utilisation of newer aircraft, helicopters can reach northern most platforms on both the east and west of Shetland areas. However, helicopters also sometimes use Wick, Kirkwall, Scatsta and Sumburgh for refuelling stops.
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Aberdeen railway station is the only railway station in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is the busiest railway station in Scotland north of the major cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. It is located on Guild Street in the city centre, next to Union Square. The station is managed by Abellio ScotRail. Inter-city, regional, local and sleeper train services are provided to all parts of Great Britain by Abellio ScotRail, Caledonian Sleeper, CrossCountry and London North Eastern Railway.
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Hampton by Hilton Aberdeen Airport

Harvest Way, AB21 0BX, Aberdeen

Aberdeen Youth Hostel



Shiprow 15


9 Bridge Street, AB11 6JL

Aberdeen Larches

12 Queen Street, AB24 4EG

Premier Inn (Aberdeen City Centre)

West North Street, AB24 5AS

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De'Vere Village Urban