The River Dee is one of the two rivers in Aberdeen, Scotland. The other one is called the River Don. In Scotland and Northern England, a Linn is a geographical feature describing where a watercourse has cut through a shelf of hard rock creating a narrow, steep-sided cut in which the watercourse runs. Many rivers have this particular feature, and some even have more than one, but the Linn of Dee — or “Linn o’ Dee” as they say in Scotland — is the most beautiful.
Though it’s over an hour west of Aberdeen, if you happen to be visiting the city, I highly recommend you treat yourself to...
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