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An old fishing village with a twist
 · Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 5 4 Reviewed 5 February 2012 Nice area to explore Small fishing village located next to the harbor offers explorers a chance to step back in time and take in the essence of the area. Easily accessible by foot and by car
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Fishing village
 · Footdee (Fittie): Fishing village – See 1,052 traveler reviews, 590 candid photos, and great deals for Aberdeen, UK, at Tripadvisor. Aberdeen Hotels Aberdeen Bed and Breakfast Aberdeen Vacation Rentals Aberdeen Packages Flights to Aberdeen Aberdeen
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Fishing village
 · Footdee (Fittie): Fishing village – See 1,052 traveller reviews, 590 candid photos, and great deals for Aberdeen, UK, at Tripadvisor. Aberdeen Accommodation Aberdeen Bed and Breakfast Aberdeen Holiday Rentals Aberdeen Holiday Packages Aberdeen Flights
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QUAINT FISHING VILLAGE
 · Footdee (Fittie): QUAINT FISHING VILLAGE – See 1,051 traveller reviews, 564 candid photos, and great deals for Aberdeen, UK, at Tripadvisor. Aberdeen Hotels Bed and Breakfast Aberdeen Aberdeen Holiday Rentals Flights to Aberdeen Aberdeen Restaurants
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Old fishing village
 · Footdee (Fittie): Old fishing village – See 1,052 traveler reviews, 590 candid photos, and great deals for Aberdeen, UK, at Tripadvisor. Aberdeen Hotels Aberdeen Bed and Breakfast Aberdeen Holiday Rentals Aberdeen Packages Flights to Aberdeen Aberdeen
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Aberdeen Fishing Village, Hong Kong
 · It was one of the first places British troops came ashore in 1841 and when British seafarers landed here in the 19th century they mistook the name of the village for the name of the entire island. The settlement was subsequently renamed Aberdeen after George Hamilton Gordon, the 4th Earl of Aberdeen (Scotland), the British Secretary of State for War and the Colonies at the time.
Scotland’s Top Architecture: Aberdeenshire
 · Pennan is as charming a traditional fishing village as you can find in Scotland, nestled at the foot of an overhanging sheer cliff-face. It has a row of colourful cottages, built gable-end facing the sea in the traditional style that helped provide shelter from North Sea winds, and a quaint old harbour pier.

7 free things to do in Aberdeen, Scotland

4) Fishing Village of Footdee Fishing Village of Footdee Footdee (pronounced Fittie) is a small fishing village located south of the city centre by the Aberdeen harbour. The village dates back to medieval times but people still live in the little cluster of cottages that are huddled together with their backs to the sea, as protection from the rising tide and winter gales.

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Elgin, Scotland
The ancient burgh of Elgin in Scotland was created by Alexander II during the 1300s. It didn’t take long for it to grow into a thriving young town along the Lossie River. The settlement featured a number of stunning sights that spanned from the nostalgic Elgin Cathedral, built in 1224, in the west to the majestic Castle on Lady Hill in the east.
A Brief History of Old Aberdeen
As time passes, cities grow to incorporate other urban areas nearby and Aberdeen is no exception, the fisherman’s village of Footdee being one example. However, Aberdeen was actually two Royal Burghs — Aberdeen and Old Aberdeen — until an 1891 Act of Parliament incorporated the latter into the former.
Footdee (Scots:
Footdee (Scots: Fittie) is an area of Aberdeen, Scotland known locally by its Scots language name of Fittie. It is an old fishing village at the east end of the harbor. The name is actually folk etymology. Far from being “Foot of the Dee/Fit o the Dee”, it is actually a
Aberdeen
Aberdeen’s stark Victorian granite architecture has created one of Scotland’s most distinct cities. You can wander down the elegant tree-lined cobbled streets in the Old Town passing the 500-year-old cathedral, or check out the humbler Footdee, a quaint fishing village linked to Aberdeen by the harbour. Follow the Dee and Don rivers out the sea and you’ll

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