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- Aberdeen is a town in Moore County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 3,400 at the 2000 census.
- Aberdeen is a small town in central Saskatchewan, Canada approximately 40 km northeast of Saskatoon on the Fish Creek in Division No. 15.
- Aberdeen is a small town in the upper Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia, in Upper Hunter Shire. It is located about 12 kilometres north of Muswellbrook on the New England Highway. Aberdeen is named after Aberdeen, Scotland. At the 2006 census, Aberdeen had a population of 1,791.
- Aberdeen is a small town in the Cacadu District Municipality of the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. With its numerous examples of Victorian architecture, it is one of the architectural conservation areas of the Karoo.
- Aberdeen is a coastal neighborhood in Sierra Leone's capital of Freetown. It is home to numerous up-scale restaurants, hotels, Lumley beach and other tourist facilities.
- Aberdeen a.k.a. Aberdeen, Kentucky: Aberdeen is an unincorporated community and coal town located in Butler County, Kentucky, United States. Its specific location ls along U.S.
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- Aberdeen Harbour
View from the maritime museum on Shiprow, towards the busy harbour of Aberdeen. The musuem is in a glasshouse spanned by one of the oldest house in Aberdeen and a converted church. You get to learn all about the history of the north sea oil.
Photo credit: Ipoh kia
- Seal of Aberdeen
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
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- Aberdeen - Provost Skene House
Sir George Skene was provost in 1676-1685. His wealth derived from trade with Danzig (now Gdansk). The house is now the Municipal Museum of Aberdeen. The Lord Provost is the principal officer of Aberdeen, the equivalent of mayor.
Photo credit: roger4336
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