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When you are moving house there's a hundred and one things to do and getting everything packed is amongst the more time consuming. Much of the packing can be done in advance - start with stuff that isn't used much, clear out the loft, the spare bedrrom and the garage. You can store the boxes in the areas cleared as well. Leaving plenty of time for your pack will make the house moving experience a lot less worrying.
Aberdeen nicknamed the Granite City. This is because many of its buildings are built from Rubislaw granite, quarried in Aberdeen. Until its closure in the mid-20th century, the quarry exported granite all over Britain.
Famous Aberdonians include singers Annie Lennox and Emeli Sande, photographer Sire David Gill, architect Archibald Simpson, footballer Denis Law and golfer Paul Lawrie .
Aberdeen Harbour is one of the best locations to spot dolphins in the UK!
There are a record number of whisky distillers in the Aberdeen area, making it the most productive whisky distiller in Scotland.
Aberdeen houses Scotland’s largest permanent funfair.
US president Donald Trump loved both the landscape and coastline so much he built a Golf course and Hotel there.
The self-seal envelope was invented in Aberdeen!
Hazlehead Park has a maze, planted in 1935, that is the oldest in Scotland.
Cairngorms National Park near Aberdeen is twice the size of the Lake District and features huge forests, waterfalls and has five of the UK’s six highest mountains.
Dutch footballer and manager Ruud Gullet has said that Aberdeen Football Club is his favourite Scottish team. When asked who his toughest opponent was, his response : Aberdeen football legend Willie Miller.