Brig o' Balgownie
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Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Churches and Cathedrals
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Kirk Of St Nicholas Aberdeen
St Machar's Cathedral
Deer Abbey - this is a ruinous former Cistercian House dating back to the year 1219. It is now
maintained by Historic Scotland and worth a visit. The site is very peaceful and gives visitors great views of Aberdeenshire and the site even has a monk ghost!
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In the neighbouring county of Angus lies Arbroath Abbey that was run by monks of the Roman Catholic church until the reformation. Surviving parts of Arbroath Abbey was then used as a Manse for the Church and the ruins are now maintained by Historic Scotland.
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