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Arbroath is a large coastal town in Angus, Scotland.

Declaration of Arbroath

The Declaration of Arbroath is considered one of the founding documents of the Scottish nation. Written by the leading noblemen of Scotland to Pope John XXII in 1320 and signed in the now ruined Arbroath Abbey, it asserts Scotland's independence from England following the attempts of King Edward I of England to annex England's northern neighbour (See Scottish Wars of Independence).

Distinctive products

Arbroath smokies are a distinctive kind of smoked haddock made exclusively in the town.