Contents Of This Page:
- Is Aberdeen The Same As Aberdeen?
- What Is Aberdeen Famous For?
- What Does Aberdeen Mean?
- Cities, Towns, And Villages In Aberdeenshire
- Local History Groups And Resources In Aberdeenshire
- Aberdeenshire Local History Facebook Groups And Pages
Is Aberdeen The Same As Aberdeen?
Aberdeen is a city located in the County of Aberdeen, which is part of Scotland and therefore part of the UK. Aberdeenshire is a local council area which includes the Counties of Aberdeen, Kincardineshire, plus part of Banffshire.
What Is Aberdeen Famous For?
You can sometimes see the Northern Lights from Aberdeenshire if the conditions are right. But you are more likely to experience the traditional granite stone buildings set in the coldest city of the UK.
The granite stone gives rise to its informal names ‘Granite City’ and ‘Silver City by the Golden Sands’.
What Does Aberdeen Mean?
‘Aber’ comes from the Celtic naming of places near a river mouth. The rivers Dee and Don reach the North Sea at that location, so their names have been added and merged into one word.
Cities, Towns, And Villages In Aberdeenshire
- Bridge of Muchalls
- Bullers of Buchan
- Chapel of Garioch
- Clola, Collieston
- Colpy, Cookney
- Cruden Bay
- Drum of Wartle
- Edzell Woods
- Finzean, Fordoun
- Hatton of Fintray
- Kincardine O’Neil
- King Edward
- Kirkton of Fetteresso
- Logie Coldstone
- Meikle Wartle
- New Aberdour
- New Byth
- New Deer
- New Leeds
- New Pitsligo
- Old Deer
- Old Rayne
- St Cyrus
- St Fergus
- St Combs
- Udny Green
- Udny Station
Links To Free Local History Videos About Aberdeenshire
In the list above, if you see a name or word highlighted and underlined, it clicks through to a page. The pages list the links to videos you can access for free.
Over time more pages will be added.
Aberdeenshire Local History Facebook Groups And Pages
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Local History Groups And Resources In Aberdeenshire
Aberdeenshire Libraries Local Studies Department
Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society
Recent Aberdeenshire pages
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