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Inverurie

Discover Inverurie in the heart of Aberdeenshire. Inverurie sits in the Don Valley and straddles both the River Don and the River Ury. The town is only 4 miles (6.4 km) from the imposing and locally renowned mountain of Bennachie. Inverurie is said to have been founded by David of Huntingdon, Earl of the Garioch, brother of Malcolm IV, great-great-grandfather of Robert the Bruce. The word "Inverurie" comes from the Scottish Gaelic Inbhir Uraidh meaning "Mouth of the Ury" after the river which joins the Don just south of the town. The part of the town south of the Don is actually called Port Elphinstone. Mountainous terrain combined with picturesque scenery, castles and more make Inverurie a favourite travel destination.
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Bennachie

Photograph by Michael Stephens www.mstephensphotography.co.uk
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Bennachie

Photograph by Michael Stephens www.mstephensphotography.co.uk
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Bennachie

Photograph by Michael Stephens www.mstephensphotography.co.uk
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Bennachie

Photograph by Michael Stephens www.mstephensphotography.co.uk
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Bennachie

Photograph by Michael Stephens www.mstephensphotography.co.uk
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Bennachie

Photograph by Michael Stephens www.mstephensphotography.co.uk
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The colours in this are great! commented Graham
Overlooking the obvious, it is a nice picture :) commented Rae
Great pic Jade. Armani would be proud of this one... commented Graham