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Aberdeen, often called The Granite City or Silver City by locals is Scotland's third largest city, but is still relatively small in comparison to both Glasgow and Edinburgh. Aberdeen's port is one of the busiest in the UK and the principal commercial port for the north-east of Scotland. Recently Aberdeen gained the label of the oil capital of Europe thanks to North Sea's oil supply.
The city has long been famous for its miles of sandy coastline, beautiful public parks and gardens with amazing floral displays and beautiful examples of Victorian architecture found mainly in the Castlegate and Union streets of the city. Some of Aberdeen's famous landmarks include the Trinity Hall, the Music Hall and the Marischal College (the second largest granite building in the world).
There is so much to do, here, in the North East of Scotland: from the cultural, theatrical and musical events at His Majesty's Theatre and the The Music Hall to the great choices of places for children such as the Gordon Highlanders Museum and the living interactive child museum The Satrosphere.
Jamieson's Quay, Aberdeen, AB11 5NP, Scotland