Aberdeen is a unitary authority and is also the HQ for Aberdeenshire. ('The Granite City') Some of the local areas include: Bridge of Don Bucksburn Cove Bay Cults Denmore Dyce Kingswells Peterculter Occupies, for the most part, undulating land between the mouths of the River Don to the north and the River Dee to the south. Granted a royal charter in 1179. Aberdeen grew up as two separate burghs - Old Aberdeen at the mouth of the Don and New Aberdeen, a fishing and trading settlement where the Denburn entered the Dee estuary. In 1495 William Elphinstone, Bishop of Aberdeen (1483-1514), founded King's College. A century later in 1593 the Protestant George Keith, founded the University of Marischal College which boasts the world's second largest granite building. The two universities were eventually united in 1860. Robert Gordon's College, which was founded in 1730, was constituted as a university in 1992. Dominated by oil and gas-related industries, engineering, fish processing, papermaking, textiles, information technology and construction and transport industries.
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Official guide from the city council.
Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
Location for exhibitions, meetings and conferences. Lists facilities, services, events and location details.
Internet services information guide to the locality.
Directory with information and links to sites of interest to the local community, visitors and businesses.
Aberdeen Lifeboat Station
Features information about the boat and crew, with details of activities and shouts.
City guide including history, hotels, business, shopping and maps.