HISTORIC BUILDINGS AND SCULPTURES IN SCOTLAND

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The Mercat Cross at Castlegate
The Mercat Cross built 1686 by John Montgomery, represents the
center of the mediaeval Burgh of Aberdeen, the twelve panels
showing the armorial bearings of Scotish monarchs



Pub 'The Grill' in Aberdeen
The Grill a pub on Union Street serves Islands Malts and Toast

Aberdeen's Salvation Army Citadel
The Citadel was constructed in 1896 for the Salvation Army
Architect James Souttar based the design on Balmoral Castle

Aberdeen ...City of Granite
Granite paved streets between granite stone houses by night

North of Scotland Bank in Aberdeen
North of Scotland Bank building 1839 by architect Archibald Simpson
The 1615 Toolboth Building was a prison, the 1868 Town & Country
buildings incorporates the Sheriff Court and Town Halls

Aberdeen's Marischal College
Marischal College was opened by King Edward VII in 1906
Designed by local architect Alexander Marshall Mackenzie.
It is still the second largest granite building in the world !


Provost Skene's House in Aberdeen
Provost Skene's House, originally built in 1545, was bought
in 1669 by Sir George Skene, the Lord Provost of Aberdeen

Sir William Wallace, Knight of Elderslie
In honour of William Wallace (1274-1305) guardian of Scotland
Bronze statue at Union Terrace Gardens by W. Grant Stevenson






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Cowdray Hall
Cowdray Hall 1923 by architects Alexander Marshall MacKenzie & Son
Art Gallery with war memorial and granite lion sculpture by W. McMillan